Proptech companies RentRedi and BiggerPockets announced a partnership to help investors manage properties. Users will get training and also access to property management software.

RentRedi provides the software, which is a mobile landlord app providing a number of features, including rental property accounting, rent collection, tenant screening, applications, property marketing and listing, lease e-signing, and renters insurance. The company claims to be used by 15,000 landlords to manage more than 100,000 units, for an average of just under seven units per landlord, at a combined value of more than $10 billion. Users pay between $9 and about $20 a month, depending on the commitment the person makes.

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