Single-family homes account for the majority of rental properties in the U.S., making up 53 percent of the overall rental market, according to Freddie Mac.
With such a large share of the market, and the increased interest in single-family homes since the beginning of the pandemic, this portion of the rental market holds a lot of potential for property managers looking to expand their portfolio.
But single-family property management poses unique challenges (and opportunities) that you won’t find in multifamily, associations, or other types of properties.
And with new challenges, comes a need for rental property management software that can help you overcome those hurdles.
In this article, we’ll break down seven great single-family property management software solutions to help you determine which would work best for you and your owners. (And don’t forget to check out the video!)
But before we do, let’s take a look at some of those unique features of single-family property management and how the right software can help you address them.