Bringing accountability, clarity and efficiency to the affordable housing market
The housing industry is heavily regulated by complex interaction of policies, procedures, laws, and siloed institutions that have created disparities in accessing affordable housing and resources for low to moderate-income residents. Due to these system complexities, misconceptions, and lack of education the affordable housing market is underserved by private landlords willing to connect and work with our communities most vulnerable residents, leaving them with a limited inventory of affordable housing options.
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Through community partnerships, we bring accountability, clarity and efficiency to the affordable housing market.
Renter Mentor adheres to a hybrid business model, offering contractual service agreements and Software as a Service (SaaS) targeted towards property owners, and agencies (e.g. housing agencies, property management companies, syndicators, homeless shelters, community-based organizations, local-county-state municipalities)
The goals for us are simple.
- Address systematic racism within our affordable housing and shelter systems such as emergency shelter, HUD section 8, and low-income housing tax credit programs
- Increase access to affordable housing units and resources for low-to-moderate income tenants
- Advocate and implement incentive programs to increase small-mid size landlord participation in the affordable housing industry