Rently is a keyless entry system which allows property managers to take control of real estate access. Through generated codes, it enables interested renters to view properties even without the presence of a property manager. In this review, we cover pricing. Ready to try Rently? Request for a demo.
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As of the date this article was written (10/15/18), there are no user reviews of Rently online. If you are a past or current Rently customer, leave a review to help others who are deciding whether or not to use the software.
Rently offers one subscription option for their lockbox solution ($30/month/device), billed monthly. Upon subscription, Rently will provide users their own lockbox. This subscription includes unlimited leads and unlimited users. There is no pricing information for their other products on its website.
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Check out the list below of some of Rently’s features:
- Multi-Family Rentals
- Vacation Rentals
- Single-Family Rentals
- Qualify Renters Instantly
- Smart Recommendation
- Communicate with Applicants
- Qualified Leads
- Renter Support
- Lead Follow-Up
How many codes can a lockbox hold?
Can more than one person access a single property at a time?