In three years, Homeland.immo, a digitized property manager, has experienced unprecedented growth for the sector.
At the origin of this success? A simple idea, to modernize the property manager as we know it, which sprang up at the same time as a political will: "We started at the time of the decrees implementing the Alur law -French law implying more transparency " says Renaud Lerooy. The government was asking them to reorganize themselves to be more efficient and less opaque. We had already identified several possible areas for improvement and decided to create the digital tools necessary for this modernization."
Frédéric Remeur and Renaud Lerooy organized Homeland into three areas of expertise: work, legal and accounting, with a dedicated manager at their head. Managers are recruited to handle the relationship with the co-owners' meetings.
No more paperwork for each building managed! At Homeland, everything is scanned with text recognition and the use of intelligence to automatically classify all documents (contracts, quotes, invoices, PVs) in the right place. All the information is also available in real time on an extranet, which allows the members of the co-ownership to follow the evolution of each file: status of the estimates, evolution of the work in progress, history of the interventions... The syndic, Homeland sauce, is reactive and available 24/24 and 7/7 via a telephone hotline in case of emergency.