PayProp expands its PropTech rental payment platform to Illinois
By Edlyn Cardoza
PayProp, the automated rental payment and reconciliation platform for single-family residential property managers, is now offering its services and platform in the state of Illinois.
The announcement comes as the company completes its fifth year of operation in North America. PayProp has been active in Ontario, Canada, since 2018 and in Florida since 2019. The company subsequently expanded to serve the Texas and Georgia markets. The company was originally founded in 2004 in South Africa and expanded in 2015 to the UK. Globally, the PayProp platform currently processes nearly $2 billion in rental payments annually.
“In planning our US expansion, we looked carefully at local market conditions and the interest we were getting from property managers. Illinois’ rental market is red hot right now, so it was a logical next step for PayProp,” says Jeff Dowdle, Vice President of sales for PayProp North America. “We’re excited to begin helping local property managers take advantage of these favorable conditions and maximize their growth by equipping them with the quick, efficient payment automation offered by PayProp.”
PayProp’s North American clients, growing at an average annual rate of 36%, credit the platform’s automated efficiencies for their rapid growth.
Payment automation with the PayProp platform enables property managers and brokers/owners to spend more time focusing on business development and managing exponentially more doors in less time. The platform saves property managers the hassle of manual payment administration by automatically sending invoices, reconciling incoming payments, calculating management fees, and paying owners and contractors – all on the same day the rent comes in.
“Other property management systems just can’t match the speed, accuracy, and financial control that PayProp has perfected after 18 years in the industry,” adds Dowdle.
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