HLM Property Management selects MRI Living solution to support its growing Private Rented Sector (PRS) and Build-to-Rent (BTR) portfolio.
HLM Property Management (part of Lambert Smith Hampton) is a leading residential managing agent offering services across the leasehold, PRS and BTR sectors. They have chosen to implement the MRI Living Professional suite to support key functions across a mixed portfolio, and further elevate service to their clients and residents.
Living Professional is a scalable multi-use residential management solution capable of handling the complete requirements for the UK BTR market, in addition to providing powerful block management functionality. It’s comprised of integrated lettings, resident, property and facility management modules, client and company accounting capabilities and a brand-able resident portal suite. The software will also allow HLM to utilise integrated Partner solutions such as Fixflo Professional for repairs and maintenance.
The end-to-end offering leverages proven and widely used technology across the Private Rented Sector – and is developed, implemented and supported by teams with the deepest levels of expertise in the industry, to meet the requirements of the modern investor, manager and resident.
Paul Noble, Head of PRS for HLM, said: “After an extensive review of the proptech available within the market, it became clear to us that MRI Living is by far the best solution for HLM. We are confident it will not only give us an improved integrated management solution as a business, but also allow us to provide a better and more user-friendly service to clients and residents alike.”
Dan Foryszewski, Manager of the Investor Solutions team at MRI Software, said: “It is great to see such an established residential agent choosing to implement Living Professional. I am confident that our breadth of functionality will enable HLM to deliver even better service, and support the next stage of their growth.”
Visit our solution page to find out more about MRI’s comprehensive capabilities for the PRS and BTR market.