Here’s some of the magic:
- Security: Keep all necessary documents such as copies of leases, floor plans, billing information along with general correspondence between occupants and management, safe and sound right at your fingertips.
- Privacy: Configure settings for each type of document, and choose whether the occupants can view, edit or add documents of a specific type.
- Notifications: Once a new document has been posted or updated, an email notification can be sent to the occupants.
- Flexibility: Associate documents with specific occupants in the unit, the entire occupancy, or the physical unit itself.
How does it work, you wonder? Adding and posting documents using BuildingLink's Unit Document feature is very similar to the BuildingLink Library, but much more specific. If you have any questions contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“The Unit Document feature is really beneficial when it comes to long-term document management for individual apartments,” says Jerry Kestenbaum, CEO of BuildingLink.com. “For example, floor plans and appliance manuals can be attached to a particular unit and if ownership changes, the document will still be viewable in the file. Resident-specific documents such as waivers or correspondences are connected to a resident profile, so if that person happens to switch units, all those documents will move with them. It’s the ultimate portable electronic file cabinet.“
Instead of a whole lot of searching but none of the finding, you’re only a few clicks away from what you're looking for. Who thought, that the BuildingLink Unit Document feature - such a seemingly boring thing - could make your life so much easier?