Leading Property Management Software Company Continues to Provide Property Managers with Resident-Centric Offers and Services
Buildium, the real estate industry’s leading property and association management solution, announced their latest offering towards helping property managers create the best possible experience for their residents. With the announcement of the mobile app, Resident Center, powered by Buildium, Buildium provides property managers and residents the ability to manage payments, track maintenance requests, and stay in close communication about news and information, all from the resident’s mobile phone.
Within the newly launched Resident Center, property managers can deliver an excellent app-driven resident experience where they can directly manage payments, track requests, and stay current with news and updates.
“Creating and managing an excellent resident experience is a top priority for property managers that goes beyond the physical unit. A strategic focus on resident experience must include the amenities and services that contribute to a strong relationship between resident and property manager,” said Chris Litster, CEO of Buildium. “The market and the industry is showing us that property managers who build their business strategy around human-centric experiences and service are poised for success in the years to come.”
This latest release follows a series of resident-centric offerings this year, further cementing Buildium’s leadership position around the importance of a resident-focused strategy for property managers. In addition to the latest Resident Center app announcement, available on iTunes and Android, Buildium also this year overhauled its dedicated resident site, as well as its renters insurance offering, providing property managers with a resident-centric, self-service insurance solution through Renters Insurance, powered by MSI.
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“The world is increasingly powered by our mobile devices, and consumers’ expectations about managing their living experience online has increased dramatically in the last year,” said Litster. “We want to equip our customers with the kinds of tools and services that their residents not only expect, but prefer.”