Nathan’s Vision for
Levinson is focused on making Royal York Property Management a service and technology company. That is why Nathan began MATEEM, a tech startup for property management. The web and mobile app will help fulfill Nathan’s vision to not only expedite the leasing process for property owners and tenants, but also become the innovation leadership for property management.
The MATEEM app will be an important feature on fulfilling Nathan’s vision of streamlining the property management system. This app is developed with the property owner’s and tenant’s goals in mind by offering tools that capture tenant details, lease agreements, payments, and reminders. Property owners have better visibility of their occupied and vacant units; likewise, tenants have more access to maintaining the units, finding properties, and tracking rental payments, all at the click of a button.
MATEEM has been developed with unified technology solutions in mind. The custom security and integration features allow MATEEM property owners and tenants to have more accessibility. Clients at Royal York Property Management can now access everything about their properties, no matter where they are in the globe.
The solution offers tools to capture occupied and vacant units, tenant details, completing and submitting lease agreements, tracking and monitoring invoices, and collecting online rental payments. Property owners can also send notices or group emails for rental reminders, maintenance alerts, site visits or any other news that needs to be shared with tenants.
- Owners Portal
- Tenant Portal
- Financing Portal
- Vendor Portal
- Book Showings
- Online Payments
- GPS Tracking
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