Burrow is on a mission to build a happy ecosystem of landlords and tenants in the city
Finding a roof over your head in a new city, or even as you move to a new locality, is one thing, and dealing with landlords thereafter is another. It isna��t easy. Bengaluru-based technology company TIGER Innovations is working towards resolving the pesky issues of household, and rental management.
Their newly-launched Android app, Burrow, aims to address the problems of landlords, and their tenants equally. The idea is to do away with the practice of back-and-forth calls between the two parties, and automate their dealings altogether. The app reminds you of the date for your rental payment, notifies your landlord of transactions, and keeps a log of the previous receipts. It even broadcasts messages, ranging from the status of power cuts, water supply, to maintenance work.
Its CEO, Robin K Francis, tells us how to get started with the app. a�?After downloading it, the tenant has to create a tab for the building he stays in. Then he/she needs to send an invite to their landlord, by feeding the lattera��s phone number.a�?On the front of landlords, they can keep a digital record of your photo ID, address proof, and other essential agreement details, as well as keep a tab on your rental dues. Once the landlord acknowledges the receipt of your rent, the a�?paida�� button on the app turns green. They have also integrated Kannada, and Hindi language options after user feedback. Then, they have also tied up with Bro4u startup to provide 20-25 handymen services in the buildings. Delivery of groceries at your doorstep, and integration of a payment gateway on the app is in the pipeline.