Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) August 31, 2012
Philadelphia property management firm JG Real Estate has recently been recognized as an industry leader by peers in terms of technological advancements. JGRE's website offers features which are normally implemented by large corporations, not a small to mid sized real estate brokerage. Notable features include LiveChat (an instant messenger service accessible from every page of the Philadelphia property manager's website), tenant and owner login portals, & electronic contract signing.
Since the day Jared opened his firm, he knew that offering solutions to the problems the Philadelphia property management field was experiencing would be paramount to his success. Looking at his rivals, he saw inefficiency, laziness, and an inability to satisfy what the public was looking for.
"There were all of these obvious deficiencies in the way my competition was operating. They would only accept paper checks for rent, required leases to be faxed or mailed to them, and many of them didn't even have a usable website. I just knew there had to be a better way, and that my better way would be very attractive to the public." - Said Jared Gruber, Broker / Owner of JG Real Estate in a recent interview.
Indeed, Jared has revolutionized the field. Tenants are able to submit work orders, pay rent, and check on their ledger through their online portal. Landlords have the equally valuable abilities to view all historical data for their property, check invoices, and set their accounts up for automatic ACH payments through their portal.
One of JGRE's top producing Philadelphia rental agents was quoted as saying "I came from a firm which was probably double the size of JGRE, but it's weird..despite their size, they had half the competency as JG Real Estate, in terms of technology. Sometimes I have five parties which need to sign a lease. At the old firm the signature page would have been faxed back 5 separate times, each time reducing the image quality until ultimately it was illegible. At my new firm, everyone clicks a few buttons, punches a few keys, and 20 minutes later I have an executed lease."