US: RealPage, a global provider of software and data analytics to the real estate industry, has selected smart noise monitoring company NoiseAware as the exclusive noise monitoring service for its new apartment home-sharing solution, Migo.
Migo, partnered with Airbnb, is designed to provide a turnkey solution for short-term rentals in multifamily communities. NoiseAware has been brought on board to offer the best home-sharing experience for managers, residents, and guests.
Todd Butler, vice president of Migo, said: “We developed Migo with the notion that flexible living is a huge opportunity for short-term rentals. Each resident has the ability to freely rent their space with the understanding from neighbours and management that guests will be on the premises.
“As we launch and continue to expand the footprint of our Migo platform, we are pleased to team up with NoiseAware to provide meaningful, long-lasting solutions for property owners and managers that maximise revenue and minimise friction among residents, guests, and management,” he added.
Streamlining the process of home sharing on Airbnb for apartment residents, the Migo platform’s flexible living model enables long-term residents to rent their apartment on a short-term basis without the risk of violating a lease or building regulations. With Migo, property managers are equipped with a suite of integrated services that enable smart access control, cleaning services, automate noise monitoring and mitigation with NoiseAware, and more.
NoiseAware’s privacy-safe, decibel measuring service is integrated with the Migo software platform. When residents in a flexible living community wish to home share their apartment, the resident, neighbours, and building management can have peace of mind that the property is protected against noise disturbances and parties.
NoiseAware CEO Andrew Schulz said: “Flexible living is an accelerating trend, and we are delighted to partner with RealPage to bring the benefits of noise monitoring and mitigation to flexible living communities. Our service will ensure trust and accountability between guests, residents, neighbours, and property managers in these dynamic communities.
“Everyone has confidence that the community rules and quiet hours are being followed,” he added.
As a benefit of the partnership, Migo has negotiated preferred resident and owner pricing for NoiseAware services.
Meanwhile last week, RealPage announced the appointment of Dana Jones as its incoming CEO, who will succeed founder Steve Winn on 2 August.