Entrata Launches Disaster Recovery Apartment Listing Resource
September 1 2017
LEHI, Utah-Entrata, the multifamilys fastest growing technology provider, announced today it has launched Entrata.com/Harvey, an online listing of known apartment vacancies in the Texas and Louisiana regions that have been affected by Hurricane Harvey.
With displaced residents reaching record numbers, we wanted to provide a resource that will help connect these citizens with the apartment communities that have vacancies in their area, said Chase Harrington, president and chief operating officer, Entrata.
Hundreds of properties are currently listed on the site and will be updated with real-time vacancies every four hours. Visitors can drill down on vacancies by city and view the units pricing, floorplan and community contact information. As more information comes in about communities that are available to those using FEMA assistance, Entrata will be working to update the site to notate that information as well.
We are still days and weeks from seeing what the impact of the storm has had on the multifamily industry, said Harrington. But, thankfully, there are vacant, undamaged units waiting to be filled by those in need.
Founded in 2003, Entrata® is the only comprehensive property management software provider with a single-login, open-access Platform as a Service (PaaS) system. Offering a wide variety of online tools including websites, mobile apps, payments, lease signing, accounting, and resident management, Entrata® PaaS currently serves more than 20,000 apartment communities nationwide. Entratas open API and superior selection of third-party integrations offer management companies the freedom to choose the technology and software that best fit their needs. For more information, go to www.entrata.com.