Landlords across the United States are legally required to provide their residents with a great deal of information. This includes maintenance reports, plans for upcoming renovations and changes in monthly rent. Sometimes, property management companies oversee thousands of people living in hundreds of units, and communicating to all of these individuals can be daunting. However, there is a unique solution available to these professionals that provides instant correspondence - automated calling.
A voice broadcasting service can send a pre-recorded message directly to a resident's home or mobile phone, and even if they do not pick up it leaves a voicemail that they may listen to later. This can be the perfect way to remind occupants that rent is due or a renovation is about to take place. For example, Rowell Incorporated AAMC in Illinois uses automated calling technology provided by One Call Now to ensure its customers remain aware of critical information.
"This past winter was a rough one here in the Midwest," wrote Rowell president Kara Cermack in a testimonial. "We were so thankful to have had One Call Now, especially during the blizzard in February. We used the service to communicate with residents before, during, and after the storm, with instructions about everything from snow plowing to changes in the garbage pick-up schedule."
Calling someone on the phone is more direct than sending an email due to the potential for power failure during inclement weather. Cell phones run on battery power, and landlines often function even without available energy. In a situation like the one described by Rowell, automated calling might be invaluable to residents who need to know what streets are closed.
If you are considering purchasing a voice broadcasting service, speak with a qualified associate from One Call Now to learn more.