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Ground breaking AI Released

New property management BOT:
Create stickier tenants and happier landlords.

Ground-breaking AI specialist Realm Australia has launch the evolutionary CLAIRE @Property Realm, an AI driven BOT with the potential to produce stickier tenants and reduce rental property vacancy rates by as much as 5-10%.
The innovative technology is also shaving the time spent by property managers addressing simple first contacts from tenants by as much as 45%, while empowering busy real estate offices to provide 24-hour tenant services.
Mr Patrick Hill, the founder and CEO of Realm Australia, said, “By harnessing the power of Google’s personal assistant software, Google Assistant, My Property Manager can facilitate immediate communication between tenants and property managers and help solve issues and requests speedily.

“A tenant requires a Google Home speaker to enable them to deliver voice commands to interact with services through Google’s personal assistant software called Google Assistant.”
Alternatively, they can just communicate over SMS and the AI responds, clarifies and in many cases solves the enquiry with no work by the Property Manager.
Using multiple input technologies, Property Realm can respond, lookup, contact, communicate and resolve tenant questions and problems in real-time and escalate issues to a property manager where required.
“From leaking taps, blocked toilets, rent queries, asking permission to make minor changes to the property or lease, Property Realm has every tenant covered,” said Mr Hill.
“If your tenant needs to know when their rent is due, they can ask Property Realm. If the dishwasher goes on the blink on Tuesday night, they don’t have to wait until Wednesday morning to speak to their property manager.”

Property Realm can assist with more serious requests such as a burst water main. Mr Hill explains, “We have developed a series of more sophisticated workflows to enable Property Realm to assist a tenant in turning off the water, for example.”
The revolutionary property management AI also enables a tenancy to run more smoothly, while allowing landlords to appreciate firsthand, the benefits of happy tenants, who will be more likely to choose a property with this level of support and extend their occupancy terms.
Patrick also went on to say that the integration with new market leading tech software platform, PropertyMe was so important. “With their open API and the best property management stack, this integration really enabled the easy growth of our Artificial Technology. “

“If your tenant needs to know when their rent is due, they can ask Property Realm. If the dishwasher goes on the blink on Tuesday night, they don’t have to wait until Wednesday morning to speak to their property manager.”

Brett Hunter, President Elect of the Real Estate Institute of NSW, and Managing Director of Raine & Horne Terrigal/Avoca Beach agreed that Property Realm demonstrates to landlords that his business takes their investment properties seriously.
“By adopting this technology, we are demonstrating to our landlords that we are investing in the communication lines between our property manager and the tenant. However, it also demonstrates we have a unique way of attracting high-quality tenants, who can appreciate the benefits of using an AI innovation such as Property Realm.
“Our landlords are recognising this point of difference and consequently, our rent roll is expected to increase thanks directly to our adoption of My Property Manager.”

To find out more about how Property Realm, please visit the Property Realm website at http://www.propertyrealm.com.au/ or call us for an obligation free chat on 1300 21 92 99

-ENDS-

For further information or to coordinate an interview, please contact:

Patrick Hill, CEO

Realm Australia

Special Projects Manager

M: 0421 580 699

E: patrick@realinsights.com.au

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