Today, I would like to make a tribute to those not-so-happy moments as a resident. Those moments when you accidentally light something on fire, or flood your living room. Those moments while in the depths of panic you have that annoying thought in the back of your mind, “I really should have purchased renters insurance.”
I also want to argue the benefits of requiring renters insurance on your properties. But before I begin, let me bring a little humor to the scene. Lets take it back a few years — to the golden years — to college.
There isn’t an industry in the world that’s immune to the disruptive technology trend – even multifamily.
Yes, even the industry that has been labeled behind the times by publications such as TechCrunch is susceptible to game-changing disruption. Sharing economy services like Airbnb are already threatening to disrupt the way business has always been done in the multifamily industry. While it hasn’t yet gained full traction, it could.
If you work in property management, you know what it feels like to be busy. You’re a champion juggler, keeping dozens of balls in the air and balancing the needs of residents, owners, and staff. Here’s the question. Is your software just another ball to juggle, or is it an extra arm?
Your property management software should never be more of a burden than a benefit. And, we’re happy to say, there are relatively simple tweaks you can make to the Entrata platform that will ensure that your technology is even more valuable to your entire enterprise. Taking a little time to learn the settings can help you boost operational efficiency and save money. continue