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Rentalytics

Everything at your fingertips: Rentalytics helps people manage multifamily apartment buildings through standard/bespoke dashboards

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"Rentlytics was founded in 2012 with one simple goal in mind: to provide real estate investors and managers with better insights into their property and portfolio performance.

Rentlytics was borne out of co-founder Justin Alanis’ own frustrations in managing a multifamily portfolio.  He saw inherent limitations in the way that property performance data was being analyzed, and began to conceptualize a better solution that would inform the decisions that he, and many other real estate professionals, make on a daily basis.

Justin, along with technical co-founder, Phil Plante, compiled a skilled team of real estate professionals with deep expertise in real estate investments, and engineers focused on true technological innovation.  This team took on the challenges of automating the previously laborious, manual, and error-prone data management processes that have been the industry standard to date, and built a powerful technological solution to optimize data insights and overall real estate portfolio performance."

Some questions that the platform should answer are stated below. 

How closely is my revenue tracking to my budget?

Where are my greatest opportunities to increase rents?

Taken from the Rentalytics website

What is a provocation or insight that might inspire others during this challenge?

Can we create financial solutions that give a complete snapshot of an individual's finances and biggest assets? What sort of questions would people want to know? Which ones would be standard and which ones would be more bespoke?

Tell us about your work experience:

I am the Community Guide for this challenge.

Specifically, please check all that apply:

  • I'm not currently involved in a credit union, but am curious to learn more!

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