Chicago nonprofit's app helps landlords, tenants communicate

10/22/2013 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Squared Away Chicago, a Web-based mobile application created by the Metropolitan Tenants Organization, helps facilitate communication between landlords and tenants, while giving them both a paper trail in case a dispute escalates. Through the app, which was funded with a grant from the MacArthur Foundation, tenants can photograph a problem and send it with a note to the landlord; landlords can use the app to track communications and progress of repairs.

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