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Urbeo picks Yardi as software provider

Dublin-based PRS investment manager Urbeo Residential Limited has selected Yardi as its end-to-end software provider for its build-to-rent portfolio.

The company, whose portfolio includes more than 1,500 homes, will use a range of products from Yardi’s Residential Suite.

Yardi Voyager will centralise resident and portfolio data, while the Yardi RENT Café Suite will drive property marketing and resident satisfaction.

RENT Café will automate Urbeo’s marketing efforts with website optimisation that showcases brand and amenities.

RENT Café Flex will help convert more leads to leases with a streamlined leasing process, while My Café, Yardi’s white labelled resident app, will offer an easy-to-use resident app that gives residents accessible services such as bill payments and booking maintenance requests.

Yardi Concierge will enhance resident experience through reservations and delivery management.

Teresa Flattery, financial controller at Urbeo, said: “Having used Yardi in the past, I understand the benefits of managing a residential portfolio on Yardi’s integrated technology and knew Yardi would help our business deliver a resident-friendly leasing journey.

“We pride ourselves on offering a joined-up way of living, and now with Yardi, we can enjoy a joined-up way of managing our portfolio.”

“We anticipate gaining complete control in portfolio reporting whilst delivering outstanding build to rent services that drive convenience and satisfaction.”

Neal Gemassmer, vice president of international at Yardi, said: “We’re delighted to welcome Urbeo to the Yardi family. Yardi’s commitment to deliver innovative software that services the build to rent market is aligned well with Urbeo’s aggressive growth strategy.”

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