Transitioning to Connected Communities: A Guide for Property Managers - Part 4

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Digital property management and sustainability in digital communities 

In this guide on Transitioning to Connected Communities, we talked about the basics of digital property management and transitioning from traditional to digital community management. We shared our roadmap for a successful transition and outlined the best communication and technology tools for establishing a connected community. In the last part of our guide, we will talk about digital property management and sustainability in smart communities. 

The digital management of property-related processes is essential for nurturing a smart and connected community. Property-related processes include rent collection, contract management, property maintenance, and more. By automating these processes and using online applications, you can improve the overall sustainability of your community.  

Here are some tips for improving these processes: 

- Use online applications and automate the workflow. Implementing Single Sign-On and digital identity simplifies the process and contributes to a positive tenant experience. 

- Allow residents to pay rent, submit fees and deposits and pay for community services online by incorporating a bank account and payment gateway connection. 

- Automate tenant screening and compliance during the contract renewal process with automatic notifications for document expiration. 

- Use digital signatures for move-in and move-out forms and other community-related documents. 

The use of property technology can improve the tenant experience, increase retention and improve property operations in a number of ways. By automating the property management processes, you can make it easier for residents to interact with the property management and meet their needs quickly and efficiently. 

As digital communities become more popular, property managers are starting to focus on sustainability. This includes the use of property technology tools that can help reduce energy consumption, improve communication and promote a positive environmental impact. 

Some of the most popular technology tools for sustainability include: 

- Utility monitoring and reporting tool - allows property managers to track energy consumption in order to identify areas for improvement. 

- Building automation tool - optimizes building systems (HVAC, lighting, etc.) to reduce energy consumption. 

- Energy management system tool - collects data from various meters and sensors in order to optimize the property's energy consumption. 

- HVAC control tool - allows property managers to remotely monitor and control heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems. 

- Water management system tool - provides property managers with real-time data on water use in order to identify and fix leaks. 

PropTech can help property managers save energy and resources, which leads to a more sustainable community. By using these tools, you can make your community more environmentally friendly and reduce your carbon footprint. 

As the world becomes increasingly digital, many people are moving away from traditional social interaction in favor of digital communities. Property managers are no exception, and many are transitioning to digital communities to take advantage of the advantages they offer. Property managers who are looking to improve their operations should consider transitioning to an integrated property management platform, such as RealCube. 

RealCube is a cloud-based real estate management software that aims at facilitating a smoother and more efficient way of managing properties, allowing landlords, tenants, and property managers to work together on a single platform. 

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