Typical property management is responsible for the sales and operations of commercial properties such as office buildings, condos, or an apartment complex. Part of their function is to ensure that the property is receiving proper maintenance to ensure that tenants stay and that the assets do not depreciate too quickly. Maintenance concerns may be tenant caused or result from normal wear and tear. Handling work requests can be through the use of vendors, maintenance staff or both.
Property management owners can track maintenance history to identify repair patterns, causes, and solutions. Asset management keeps an up to date log on all asset information including asset ID, description, location, and safety notes.
Property owners can use document management for blueprints, contracts, floor plans, and warranties on their assets and access them through the online portal and eliminate paper documents.
Property Management Blog Posts
Read how property management facilities are incorporating asset management and work order management into their buildings to increase the longevity of their assets and increase ROI.