Property management platform Homming is digitizing the process for landlords

April 3, 2019
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This article was written and published in Spanish and has been translated into English via Google Translate. Click here to read the original article.

Two Madrilenians have created a web platform to transfer the traditional renting process to the Internet.

They do not want to enter the tourist field. "There is already a lot of competition," explain Javier Martí and Jorge Montero. Together, they have created Homming, a web platform that aims to "facilitate the management of invoices of a property by digitizing the traditional process."

Their goal is to digitize the renting process. After conducting a market study, "we realized that there were people interested in centralizing all the information and being able to manage their properties from one place," they explained.

From Homming, the owners -the clients of Javier and Jorge- "can share the lease invoices with the tenant, optimizing the management of the documents". In addition, together with a payment platform and an online direct debit payment option, tenants can automate payments every time the landlord uploads a new invoice to the shared environment in Homming.

Subscription for owners

The cost of the platform is in charge of the owners of the property. However, there is a three month free trial. Thereafter, the subscription is 14.95 euros for each property, although the prices are modified depending on the number of subscriptions per account.

To begin, create a user account and add the properties to be managed in the tool buy purchasing a subscription. Subscribers must activate the payment gateway between their users.

In addition to the management of contracts and invoices, the digital tool incorporates a messaging channel so that all the activity of the property is registered.

"We currently manage more than 60 properties and we have a client that manages 23 homes," explained the creators of Homming. They claim that their idea is to make their tool available to real estate agents, since the objective is to attract a large volume of real estate per user. The socimis are an obvious objective.

Training for users

"One of the owners is a 76-year-old person who has been given a little training to learn how to use the tool," Jorge and Javier explained. It is an agile and easy to use platform, but "not all clients are familiar with the Internet".

Homming offers video tutorials to better explain all of the things the platform offers to its subscribers. "Additionally, in the platform we have a help tab to explain what each section is for," they said.

Currently the investment in Homming comes from these experts in commercial marketing and engineers. Both hope to attract enough funding in the coming months to grow your business and digitize your landlord.

This article was written and published in Spanish and has been translated into English via Google Translate. Click here to read the original article.

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