Building Engines is a property management software that allows users to manage building operations and tenant services. It is designed for residential and commercial buildings. We compiled user reviews from around the web and determined that Building Engines has mostly positive reviews. We also compared the most common pricing options for small business owners.
Building Engines Customer Reviews
Ease of Use: Good
Customer Service: Excellent
Summary of User Reviews
What Building Engines does well:
According to the positive reviews online, users like Building Engines because it allows them to easily make changes within an existing work order. They also like that all their buildings are listed on one page. A lot of users said that they like the software’s mobile accessibility as well.
What Building Engines does not do well:
According to the negative reviews online, users don’t like Building Engines because the search option can sometimes be tedious to use. They also find it difficult to set up the tenants’ portal. Some users complained that their tenants experience difficulties logging in.
Most Helpful Positive User Review
According to one positive review on Software Advice, Building Engines is easy to use. They said they can easily submit work orders, customize tenant-requested features (such as visitor access), process payments, and manage tenants.
Most Helpful Negative User Review
According to one negative review on G2 Crowd, the user said that sometimes her tenants are unable to login which requires them to reset their password. The user mentioned that everytime that happens, she has to delete the tenant out of the system and add him/her back again — which can be tedious.
Other Building Engines User Reviews From Around the Web
Here are a few other resources for finding helpful Building Engines customer reviews. We rated the review sites on a scale from poor to excellent based on how trustworthy and useful the reviews seemed.
|*Average ratings as of September 11th, 2017|
Building Engines Pricing
Building Engines prices are not published on their site, but you can submit a request to calculate the price of their services. They will require your property/portfolio type and the size of your property to create a custom calculation. Their pricing consists of a one-time setup fee and an annual subscription license fee.
Building Engine offers the following features:
- Tenant Services
- Work Orders
- Tenant Portal
- Risk and Safety
- Incident Tracking
- Visitor Access
- Fire/Life Safety
- Preventive Maintenance
- Vendor Portal
- Broadcast Meeting
- Property Websites
- BE-Mobile App