Updater, and what it will help us accomplish, aligns perfectly with our mission, so we’re thrilled to extend this amenity to our residents and see the impact it has on their experience with us.
New York, NY (PRWEB) November 28, 2016
Updater has signed Greystar Real Estate Partners, LLC, the largest apartment management company in the United States, according to the National Multifamily Housing Council’s (NMHC) 2016 rankings. With the addition of Greystar to its client base, Updater now works with over half of the Top 50 Property Managers nationwide.
Greystar manages a portfolio of over 400,000 units across 1,800 properties, with a presence in all 50 states. Based in Charleston, South Carolina, Greystar was recognized as the top ranked apartment manager for the sixth consecutive year in the NMHC’s 27th annual rankings. Greystar was also recognized as a leader in three other NMHC categories, including Top Apartment Developers, Top Owners, and Top General Contractors.
“At Greystar, our core mission is to enrich the lives of everyone we touch by doing things the right way,” says Tom Bumpass, Executive Director of Technology & Business Solutions at Greystar. “Updater, and what it will help us accomplish, aligns perfectly with our mission, so we’re thrilled to extend this amenity to our residents and see the impact it has on their experience with us.”
All residents moving in or out of Greystar apartment homes will soon receive access to a customized and curated suite of moving tools as part of Greystar’s core amenity offerings. Additionally, all on-site leasing teams will receive training, marketing and leasing sales support from Updater.
“We’ve now successfully secured partnerships with over half of the Top 50 Apartment Managers in the US,” said Updater VP and Executive Director of Property Management, Ash Bell. “The addition of Greystar to Updater’s growing client base reflects the strong demand among leading multifamily companies to leverage Updater’s technology and streamline the moving process for their residents.”