Good property managers find a technology system that works and stick with it. Great property managers constantly evaluate and improve their technology systems. They’re scrapping the bad and adding new, innovative ways to help their clients succeed. For us, this happens in our office daily. We’re dedicated to staying up to date on the latest technology and what are peers are up to in the field to ensure we’re as efficient and cost-effective as possible for you.
Technology keeps advancing rapidly. It allows us to be more time efficient than ever.
This was one of our favorite takeaway from the 2019 Fall National Association of Residential Property Managers (NARPM) conference. We live in a time where you can tell your house to turn the heat off from across the globe. With all these home technologies, property management is seeing more innovation than ever, and Polaris is right there with them. From conducting our own research, to attending conferences like NARPM, we’re always on the lookout for new technology, software, or processes to improve our service.
Almost every time we introduce a new technology, method or process it is to beef up security and efficiency. It’s the reason we are almost totally paperless. It’s the reason we educate our field team on safety and how to protect our clients’ assets. And, it’s the reason we are a leader in the Indy market.
Power of Personal Relationships
All that being said, we know new, shiny technology is awesome, but will never replace personal relationships we have with our landlord clients and tenants. Property Management is a “people business” first. When a landlord has a question, we make time for you. When a tenant needs their property manager, we take the call.
It’s also the reason Polaris is offering a Free Rental Analysis for your rental properties. The rental market has shifted, and it might be time for us to grab a coffee and make sure you are getting the most value from your rental.
Click here to schedule a phone call or meeting with Dan to make sure you’re getting the maximum revenue from your assets.