As a property manager, you might wonder how to provide better experiences for your tenants while simplifying your work. In 2022, 44 million total people rented their homes, with the majority of tenants living in an apartment.
St George, Utah, August 5, 2020 – SimplyPermits has officially released the latest update to its mobile parking enforcement app, SimplyPermits LPR version 3.0. This revolutionary mobile app has given community managers and parking enforcement companies a tool to monitor digital permits over the past 2 years, and is now equipped with even more cutting-edge technology.
If you’re part of your community’s HOA, then you might be familiar with these struggles, especially when it comes to parking. From owners that don’t park in their attached garage to homes that exceed the total amount of allowed vehicles, it can be difficult to keep up with everyone, especially if many residents either don’t know the rules or just flat-out don’t follow them.
“How much to charge for a parking space” is a common concern we hear on a frequent basis. A lot of communities, specifically in the multifamily industry, struggle with knowing how much and when to charge for parking due to the concern of negative response or backlash from residents.
Many properties today such as an apartment complex or a commercial parking lot utilize their in-house staff to monitor their parking lot and implement enforcement solutions. During these difficult times with COVID-19, vendors like towing companies and other parking enforcement companies may be unable to function under normal operating conditions. Managing your parking lot, however, has never been more important.
More and more companies every day are switching to paperless parking solutions, whether it be a condo or HOA, multifamily complex, or a business center. Not surprising either, considering the many advantages. Here are just five ways you can benefit with paperless parking permits.
It’s 2020. Going paperless is an option for just about everything we use – when it comes to banking, news, advertising, etc. Almost every day, corporations and organizations are finding ways to reduce the amount of paper used and improve their overall environmental impact.
We’re all creatures of habit, but this can drag us into a rut when technology is evolving at a rapid pace and the competition is integrating new ways to increase accuracy without sacrificing efficiency. Over the past couple of years License Plate Recognition (LPR) has become so accurate (some systems are recording 99.02% or higher);
Greystar Real Estate Partners, LLC, the global leader in rental housing, has selected SimplyPermits, LLC to join their vendor network.
According to the AMLI Residential’s 2018 Sustainable Living Index, 84% of those who responded believe that global warming/climate change is real. No matter the generation of the respondent, the results were rather consistent with this shared belief. With these staggering numbers, it’s no wonder that the terms “going green” and “green living” are quickly propelling into the limelight of the multifamily industry.
As cities grow, the urban areas suffer with insufficient parking, and this parking problem geographically ripples out from there. Many cities are trying to reduce the number of vehicles in condensed areas with incentives such as public transportation and redesigning the layout of neighborhoods to reduce the need for driving. This approach is fantastic, but as the NPH (Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California) reported, it requires a major change in resident’s behavior and is very expensive.