Buildium Achieves North Carolina Trust Accounting Compliance

Leading property management software company Buildium LLC has been officially recognized by the North Carolina Real Estate Commission as being compliant with the Commission’s strict Trust Accounting Guidelines.

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Accounting is at the heart of our product, and we’re pleased that the North Carolina Real Estate Commission has recognized the months of hard work we’ve undertaken to meet the Commission’s stringent trust accounting standards.

Boston, MA (PRWEB) March 12, 2014

Leading property management software company Buildium LLC has been officially recognized by the North Carolina Real Estate Commission as being compliant with the Commission’s strict Trust Accounting Guidelines. North Carolina customers can run these reports within Buildium to be audit ready.

This recognition confirms the rock-solid nature of Buildium’s trust accounting. It further shows that Buildium’s trust accounting and other accounting functionality continues to go from strength to strength within the real estate and property management industries.

“Accounting is at the heart of our product, and we’re pleased that the North Carolina Real Estate Commission has recognized the months of hard work we’ve undertaken to meet the Commission’s stringent trust accounting standards. We’re not resting on our laurels, however. We’ve introduced a string of accounting enhancements -- starting with a rewritten bank reconciliation module last summer -- and will continue to enhance and improve our accounting functionality in the coming years and months. Stay tuned,” said Dimitris Georgakopoulos, Buildium's Chief Product Officer and Co-Founder.

Property managers considering property management software can take a 15-day free trial of Buildium by visiting http://www.buildium.com.


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