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[May 24, 2014]
Tenants.com Selects BuyerZone for Property Management Software Quotes
(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Austin TX (PRWEB) May 24, 2014 The objective of Tenants.com is to provide tools for both tenants and landlords to communicate better and operate more efficiently. One of the major duties of a landlord or property manager is to provide the tenant and owner with accurate and timely accounting. With the right rental property software, the landlord can provide good accounting, and also focus on the many other necessary tasks, such as maintenance requests, collecting rent, and looking for prospective tenants to fill vacant property. Many software products today are able to assist will all aspects of property management.
Ryan Wiggins, CEO, states that "Our goal is to become the 'go to' site for landlords as well as tenants. We are providing information for both so that they go into a lease well educated as to what will be expected during the tenancy." Mr. Wiggins and the co-founders of Tenants.com have over 20 years' experience in such issues, and also rely upon a large base of industry experts and other resources.
BuyerZone is a national company that provides leads to software vendors. Those leads are qualified to provide the consumer with a number of products that are targeted for their business. BuyerZone states a commitment to lead quality and provides a number of selections to narrow down the recommendation to the vendor that fits best with the customer. By working with BuyerZone through their publisher program, Tenants.com is providing a valuable service to the landlord software market.
About Tenants.com Tenants.com was founded in November of 2012, and has quickly expanded since then. Starting with an acquisition of this top level valuable domain name, Tenants.com has set a goal to become the number one site for tenants and landlords to look to for information, products, reviews, and services. Plans to expand include helpful videos, reviews, comparisons of software and other products for both tenants and landlords.
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