BASE2 integrates real estate and homeservices
at the last meter.

Last Meter is a member platform increasing
trust, efficiency + value from homeservices integration.

Explore below - and join for free today.
Set building data rules
Get building data reports
Choose homeservices
Promote + resell homeservices
Review spatial inventory
‍Make spatial + technical upgrades
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Real estate owners take back control of
their buildings, offer homeservices to residents, receive value share

See data reports + analysis in Dashboard

Add data + set rules in dashboard

Add spatial data

Approve/choose partner Promotions + Bundles

Put up Last Meter notice around building

Distribute user pages + apps to residents

Review spatial inventory and partner opportunities

Review upgrades from Ecosystem Portal

Submit non-personal building use data via REPORTS API

Obtain building access, use permission + data via RULES API

Market offers via real estate owners, apps, and wide channels

Submit promotion and bundle offers

Request and support spatial integrations

Review spatial integrations

Homeservices get building data + permission, massive sales partnership, building upgrades
Get building access + data support
Report building use
Make promo + resale offer
Market promos + resale via real estate
Request spatial + technical upgrades
Support + finance upgrades
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Ecosystem partners - locks, boxes, apps, tools, more -
get massive market access
Last Meter is free for basic use by real estate and homeservices.

Volume sales and optimized building use cost a fraction of transaction cost for homeservices.

Support services + premium features
are available to all members.

Click below to join for free + get your dashboard today.
PS If you are a resident or an office worker - and you want
Last Meter in your building - ping
Last Meter is based on the sustainable architecture
and urban design work of John Manoochehri.

Sustainable consumption and sustainable buildings + cities
need to be designed together.

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Last Meter community - and across the world - are shared.