Quick and Efficient Property Maintenance Using Property Meld
It takes an entire team to keep any property well-kept. That is why Green Ocean Property Management uses Property Meld to ensure all members of that team – from owners, vendors, residents, technicians, and us, your property managers – stay on track under one platform to provide a quick and efficient property maintenance…
It takes an entire team to keep any property well-kept. That is why Green Ocean Property Management uses Property Meld to ensure all members of that team – from owners, vendors, residents, technicians, and us, your property managers – stay on track under one platform to provide a quick and efficient property maintenance experience for you.
Why We Use Property Meld
So it does take an entire team to schedule, ensure, and follow up on all the repairs being done. Communication is key for every single aspect of it and that is what Property Meld allows us to do: connect the tenant, the vendor, the landlord, and our team all in one place. Here are the top four benefits of using Property Meld.
#1 We can track every single request
A meld is the same thing as a repair. With the five to six hundred plus properties that we manage. Some of these melds are landscaping, cleaning, and other recurring things.
We set every single vendor to have their own filter, so we know that our plumber might have 11 things, or our handyman might have 132. We also prioritize any melds that might be over five days.
#2 We see the progress of our renovations
In the renovation projects, we can see all the different melds that are associated with it. In the Projects section, we can see the melds, the type of work we need to do, the start date, and the due date.
#3 We can contact our vendors, tenants, and landlords
The way a meld works is that we get a description of the request, including photos. If ever we need photos to get a better idea of the job required, we can just send a chat to the tenant. For example, “Please send a picture of the window that you need to be fixed.” We can also assign it to just the vendors and tenants, just the vendors, just the tenants, or the owner when we do it.
#4 We have a full track history
We can see any related melds or any other work in the past to avoid doing the same thing. We assign each meld to a vendor, and everybody is notified when the vendor accepts the meld. When the vendor schedules it, the tenants are notified immediately, including the landlord and us, the property managers. So we have full transparency along the entire process when it comes to a repair. Our team, the tenants, and the landlord know what’s going on every step of the way. The vendors also send pictures whenever they complete the requested work.
So, if you or anyone else you know is looking for a proactive property manager that goes above and beyond to handle quick and efficient property maintenance with full transparency such as using Property Meld, please think of Green Ocean Property Management: where you get more than a property manager, you get peace of mind.
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