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Buildium is a cloud-based property management software that enables managers of residential and association properties to take control of every aspect of their business, whether in the office or fully remote, including online rent... Read more
Recent recommendations: 154 recommendations
Yardi Breeze is property management software built exclusively for small to mid-size businesses. Yardi Breeze offers features such as autocomplete address lookups, data import utility, home screen dashboard, drill-down reporting and... Read more
Recent recommendations: 144 recommendations
AppFolio provides property management software that allows property managers and owners to market, automate and manage tasks related to their apartments, residential properties, commercial property, student housing or other property. The... Read more
Recent recommendations: 72 recommendations
Rentec Direct serves as a web-based, full-featured management system for landlords and property managers that is designed to suit the needs of those managing properties between 25 and 5,000 units. Rentec has no startup fees, no term... Read more
Recent recommendations: 24 recommendations
PropertyZar is a cloud-based property management solution for small to large landlords and property managers. It offers features such as tenant screening, online applications, e-payments, posting vacancies and work order management.PropertyZar... Read more
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Rent Manager is a software system for both residential and commercial real estate entities with portfolios of any size. The accounting component of Rent Manager has full integration and includes everything from standard to advanced... Read more
Recent recommendations: 19 recommendations
Built on the MS Dynamics NAV platform, PMX Property Management is a platform for property managers who want to configure the specific modules, like customer management and accounting, needed for their operations. Read more
Recent recommendations: 2 recommendations
Common Areas is a cloud-based maintenance management solution for property, facility and field service managers. It allows users to organize, schedule and track their teams and tasks online. Key features include multi-location management,... Read more
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Snapfix uses photos as the basis for task management. Businesses can leverage the eyes and ears of team members to identify problems or faults, capture photos and create issue-based tasks, assign the tasks to appropriate personnel... Read more
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Total Management is a cloud-based property management solution suitable for midsize to large organizations that manage apartments, mixed portfolio, REITs and commercial or retail space. Total Management helps users multitask by navigating... Read more
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Wild Apricot is a cloud-based membership management system used by business and trade associations, chambers of commerce, nonprofits, charities, clubs and community organizations. It supports organizations from a few members to 15,000... Read more
We like Maintenance Connection's customizable calendar to keep track of employee work schedules and tasks. Complete maintenance system for tracking, monitoring and reporting in a user-friendly interface. Read more
MYBOS is a cloud-based facility management solution designed to help small and midsize property owners manage client communications, create work orders, manage workflows, schedule maintenance and more. MYBOS offers a calendar feature... Read more
LandlordTracks is a cloud-based property management suite suitable for residential, commercial and corporate housing. Key features include automatic rent collection and owner disbursements, automatic vacancy listings, background checks,... Read more
Entrata is a cloud-based property management solution that features property accounting, facilities management and resident management. The solution includes invoice creation, vendor management, bank reconciliation, lead management,... Read more
AvidXchange is an accounts payable solution for midsize companies in industries including real estate, HOA, construction and financial services. AvidXchange’s cloud-based solutions automate accounts payable processes including purchase... Read more
Landport’s preventive maintenance feature ensures your property will consistently operate at its peak performance. The system's calendar and checklist make it easy to track, schedule and stay up-to-date on all maintenance. Read more
Rentmoji is a cloud-based property management solution designed for small and midsize businesses. It offers lead management, tenant screening, a tenant portal, online payments, document storage and vacancy tracking functionalities... Read more
InfoSite is a cloud-based platform which assists corporate real estate teams with portfolio management and collaboration. Key features include financial reporting, data management, task tracking and tax assessment. The application’s... Read more
PropertyBoss is a property management solution for mid-sized to large property managers. The software caters to managers of affordable housing units, apartment complexes, manufactured housing, military housing, residential, self-storage,... Read more
Mobile home park managers need most of the basic features associated with property management: accounting, tenant/lease tracking, budgeting/forecasting and facility maintenance. Manufactured home parks have an added layer of complexity in terms of size and layout, as well as having both tenant- and manager-owned homes on site.
Here's what we'll cover:
What is Mobile Home Park Management Software?
Mobile home park management software brings together all the aspects of the home park portfolio, such as contract timelines, finances, schedules, staff and tenant details. It enables users to set up various portfolios and then link them to properties and tenants. This kind of system is primarily intended to manage mobile home parks as well as other residential or commercial real estate assets.
Common Features of Mobile Home Park Management Software
|Home types and features||Since every lot or home might be different, ensure your software can identify and tag them by size, special features, utilities etc.|
|Utility metering||Track usage of water, electricity and/or gas and bill each resident according to their usage.|
|Tenant/owner communication||Store detailed information on each resident, including service requests, ownership and lease information to streamline communication to residents of the community.|
|Property layout & grouping||Particularly for a large community, you’ll want a system that can create a in a way that makes the most sense for the property manager, as well as group properties by ownership, area, lot size etc.|
|Common area management||Calculate common area charges, bill tenants for their individual lot fees and track maintenance, community policies and facility usage.|
Expected Benefits of Mobile Home Park Management Software
The biggest advantage of living in a mobile or manufactured home (i.e., when prefabricated parts are quickly assembled to form a house) is that you do not have to buy or maintain the area of land surrounding your home. Instead, you can just place your house in a mobile home park. Regarding the management of land, mobile home park management software offers several benefits, such as the following:
Set up accounts for on-site managers: With this software, users can create accounts for managers to view and input information. However, these on-site managers will have access to only the specific fields based on their authorization level. As the owner of the software, you will receive a master login, using which you can track all activities of the many on-site managers.
The master login enables users to set up a job, meeting, schedule, task, or anything else. It will highlight them, along with the details, on the park manager’s screen as activities to view and complete. You can also use the solution to create and maintain punch lists, purchase orders, timesheets, work orders and much more.
Put all accounting details in one place: This software enables users to manage all their accounting details in a centralized location. It also lets them undertake tasks, such as money deposits, bill payments and check writing. In specific cases, users can also integrate all their accounting information into Quickbooks so that their accountants can use it.
Streamline management of rent cycle: The mobile home park management system simplifies the management of the overall rent cycle and has various features, such as automatic rent payment reminders, general ledger accounting, late fee reminders, on-demand report generation as well as tenant and lease tracking. Also, property managers can receive payments via the net and completely automate rent collection.
What Type of Buyer Are You?
Before evaluating the available solutions in the market, you will want to know what type of buyer you are. Here are some of the types we’ve identified:
New user and first-time buyer: As a first-time buyer, you need to set your goals regarding what you want to achieve. Goals must be supported by short- and medium-term objectives that are time sensitive, relevant, attainable and measurable. Also, there must be purchasing criteria that focus the buyer on the essential parameters, such as property type, price range, condition, geography and size.
Experienced IT buyer: Expert and qualified buyers are more focused on the solution’s functionality and its integration within their existing information and data infrastructure stacks. Integration across different entities is usually more important for these buyers than the solutions’ ease of use.
Market Trends to Understand
If you haven’t reviewed the options in mobile or manufactured home park management systems in recent years, chances are you may not be aware of the innovations available in the market. Here are some of the current trends:
The advent of modular homes: With the arrival of modular homes, people need some clarity about the differences between manufactured or mobile and modular homes. On the one hand, modular homes are developed in a factory, either off-frame or on-frame according to state or local codes, and then transported to the designated site and placed on a stable foundation. Though manufactured homes are also developed in a factory, they have a permanent steel frame — or chassis — fixed to the foundation. Both types of homes can be created as single or multi-section buildings.
Improvement in the construction of mobile homes: The construction quality of manufactured or mobile homes has improved over the years. These days, mobile home builders use high-quality materials and provide all the whistles and bells that are part of conventional homes. These homes are now available in a broad range of floor plans and can include advanced features, such as modern appliances, cabinets, flooring, doors and windows.
Diverse groups of individuals opt for mobile homes: Mobile or manufactured homes are fast becoming popular among varying age groups, including families, couples and singles. The average family size living in mobile homes is two to three people, which goes to show that they attract diverse groups of people.
Direct-from-factory mobile homes offer huge savings: Although most of the new mobile home purchases are made through a dealer, buyers now think that direct-from-factory homes offer significant savings, among other benefits. Consequently, the direct purchasing trend is fast becoming increasingly popular.
So, as you can see from these trends, manufactured or mobile housing has come a long way over the past few years. As a software buyer, you should be aware of these latest trends as they can help you take the right decisions to grow your business.