MTH Management Partners with MRI Software’s Robust Residential Management Solutions

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After reviewing several competitors, MTH Management selected MRI’s award-winning software due to its high value and industry-leading flexibility.

By leveraging our more than four decades of experience, MRI Software is able to directly address and quickly respond to the needs of the multifamily property manager.- Ron Kolz, CSO of MRI Software.

MTH Management, a family-owned residential property management organization based in Michigan, was seeking to streamline their property management process by investing in an efficient and user-friendly real estate management solution. After considering several options, MTH ultimately partnered with MRI Software due to MRI’s ability to deliver on MTH’s aggressive project timelines, as well as the solution’s ability to be configured to meet their specific needs.

MRI Residential Management (RM) allows clients to establish and automate workflow processes that cross organizational boundaries, and even extends outside the enterprise to vendors and partners. The solution assists with nearly all of the user’s real estate management needs, including accounting and residential lease processing. A key benefit important to MTH, RM is scalable and will grow with the business, mitigating the many growing pains that organizations may experience with less-flexible software platforms. Additionally, the robust reporting capabilities of the system can be used to measure performance against projections and display an accurate portrayal of the organization’s key performance indicators.

“By leveraging our more than four decades of experience, MRI Software is able to directly address and quickly respond to the needs of the multifamily property manager,” said Ron Kolz, CSO of MRI Software. “MRI Residential Management’s high configurability and flexible reporting options make it a prime contender in the industry.”

MTH Management will also employ MRI Accounts Payable, a system that streamlines procedures across the entire property management portfolio. Regardless of what processing method clients utilize – cash, accrual, or a combination of the two – Accounts Payable can empower users to improve cash flow and lower costs while streamlining the accounts payable process. An intuitive web-based solution that minimizes manual intervention while maximizing accuracy and productivity, Accounts Payable also includes extensive reporting options.

For more information about MRI Residential Management, visit our website.

About MRI Software
MRI offers property management software solutions to the global real estate management and investment industries. As a leading provider of real estate enterprise software applications and hosted solutions, MRI serves the global multifamily and commercial property industries, helping them improve their bottom line and maximize their returns on their diverse business portfolios. MRI leverages its more than 40 years in business to develop long-term successful relationships with its clients. For more information, please visit

About MTH Management
MTH Management is a professional, family owned and operated management company servicing the housing needs of East Lansing, Grand Ledge, Lansing, Okemos and South Lansing. We have many locations and amenities to choose from in the location that's right for you. Whether you're a college student, business professional, older adult or a family with children, we have a community that will fit your needs at a location you will love. Whether you prefer a quiet, country setting, city or suburbs, we have a community for you. We accept cats at all of our communities and dogs are welcome at select communities as well (see community pages for pet acceptance details and restrictions). Visit any one of our communities and you will see why our residents gladly call our communities home. Let MTH Management give you a tour of the community of your choice and become a member of one of our communities today, you'll be glad you did.

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