RentCheck Raises $3.6M in Funding


RentCheck, a New Orleans-based vision-based, automated property inspection platform, raised $3.6m in funding.

Backers included:

  • Cox Enterprises,
  • Irongrey,
  • Context Ventures,
  • Techstars,
  • Jim Payne (who previously sold MoPub to Twitter, and MAX to Applovin), 
  • Ken Goldman (the former CFO of Yahoo, and who currently runs Hillspire, Eric and Wendy Schmidt’s family office), 
  • Mark Zaleski and John Kuolt of BCG Digital Ventures, and 
  • Brian Long (the founder of Attentive, who previously sold TapCommerce to Twitter).

The company intends to use the funds to expand the reach of its technology to more property management companies and tenants across the country.

Founded by Marco Nelson and Lydia Winkler, RentCheck provides a digital platform for property managers to conduct remote, guided inspections, compare and share inspection reports to prevent damage and eliminate security deposit disputes.