On August 24, Buildium released its latest software update. It features a resident site optimized for every mobile device, leading the way in our industry by letting residents electronically pay rent and other fees more conveniently than ever before. We’ve
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Getting residents to pay rent on time just got a whole lot easier. Buildium is leading the way in the property management software industry with the release of our new resident site for mobile devices, which lets tenants pay rent,
Buildium is proud to announce a feature enhancement that lets you view and edit recurring lease transactions with fewer clicks. We’ve also introduced the Tasks Performance report, a new feature that displays the details about tasks owned by your staff
This is a recorded version of Buildium’s Getting Started webinar. In this introductory session, you’ll learn how to enter your basic information including: Rental Properties, Tenants and Leases, Rental Owners and Bank Accounts. Interested in seeing it live? Register for
This is a recorded version of Buildium’s Advanced Accounting webinar – Trust Accounting in Buildium. This webinar discusses the importance of opening balance entries, bank reconciliations, and reporting for general audit compliance, with demonstrations within the Buildium application. Interested in
Today we want to announce some of the latest product enhancements to Buildium customers. We know that a great product experience is one of the major reasons why we’re growing so quickly, and so we’re burning the midnight oil to
Debra Jensen, a freshman at North Central College in Naperville, Illinois, is the winner of the second Build U. scholarship.
Below is Debra Jensen’s winning essay for the second Build U. scholarship in April 2014: The hours had been ticking by and the hiring committee had finally narrowed down the applicant pool for our new software engineer to two applicants. As
By now you might have heard about the Heartbleed Bug, which has impacted up to 2/3 of companies on the web. Without getting too technical, Heartbleed affects the OpenSSL framework used by many online businesses to privately send data to
It’s true! We’ve 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. For more details, see our latest press release.