Using Asana With Our B.I.G. Landlords
With ten or more units to manage, it might be impossible for landlords to keep up. That is why our Boston Investor Group (B.I.G.) landlords are also using Asana, our project management software, where they have round-the-clock access to updates on every work we do at their property. In today’s article, I’m going…
With ten or more units to manage, it might be impossible for landlords to keep up. That is why our Boston Investor Group (B.I.G.) landlords are also using Asana, our project management software, where they have round-the-clock access to updates on every work we do at their property.
In today’s article, I’m going to be showing you yet another benefit of being a B.I.G. landlord.
What is a B.I.G. landlord?
B.I.G. stands for Boston Investor Group. B.I.G. landlords are an exclusive group of people that work with us and own ten or more units. They have exclusive benefits such as the one I’m going to be showing you today. It is about having your own project within our project management software so you get updates in real-time exactly what our staff does.
What is Asana?
Asana is our project management software. What it allows us to do is that company-wide, every single one of my staff members–including your property manager, your financial manager, maintenance manager, and all supervision aspects and people within the company–is able to create a list of all the things related to your property.
Benefits of Using Asana with Our B.I.G. Landlords
Every single time there’s any task, whether it’s an increase to rent or an insurance estimate, we’re going to allocate it directly underneath this specific property. So property by property, you know what’s going on. Imagine, you as a landlord, not having to get updates via email about so many multiple things. It’s impossible to keep up with it.
#1 Involvement in decision-making
And the best part is you, the landlord, are involved with it as well. So if you have to make a decision on something like a roof door, we’re going to ask you, “hey, what do you want to deal with this roof door? Lock?” and you’re going to answer it back. We’re going to sign it over to our maintenance staff, which means as fast as they can get it done.
#2 Real-time notifications
Once the tasks are completed, it will also notify you. So, we can create something new, and add a task. Everybody will be notified that this task gets created, and you’d be able to put due dates. If you wanted me to do something for you like take out the trash, then we would obviously complete it as well. We can even watch it and make sure that anybody–if they have overdue tasks or anything else of that nature–does it within the time limit.
#3 Round-the-clock access
So, your entire property management team is on this. You have access to this 24/7, full transparency of every single task at your property as well as any recurring ones. Recurring tasks might be fire alarm testing, sprinklers, landscaping, and pest control.
So if you or anyone else you know is eligible for the ten-unit or more B.I.G. program and would love to join it and hear about all the other benefits, please think of Green Ocean Property Management: where you get more than a property manager, you get peace of mind.
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