In response to this growing need, Arthur – a revolutionary cloud-based software – enables property managers, landlords and agencies to connect and control their property portfolio anytime. It’s a suite of apps, but the most recently launched function – The Covid Profile –could provide a lifeline.
With 40 universities around the UK reporting coronavirus cases and a sharp increase of students forced to self-isolate as the new academic year begins, there is a pressing need for purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA) providers, landlords and student housing operators to track student health as Covid-19 threatens universities across the UK.
“The new Covid Profile on our platform is a further demonstration of how we continually seek to innovate for our valued customers. It is our mission to provide easy to use, effective features to maximise efficiency for our property managers and this confidential tool will provide a hassle-free and useful solution for our users.”Marc Trup, CEO, Arthur
The proptech software allows PBSA providers to respond to any change in circumstance, while managing the health and safety of student tenants. Adopting property management software reduces time spent on admin, giving PBSA provides the necessary flexibility in these uncertain times.
Arthur’s proptech tool allows PBSA provides to manage their portfolio anywhere with a dedicated suite of apps. The newly launched tenant function – The Covid Profile – is an area of software that has been designed specifically for tenants to connect and alert their property managers of Covid-19 related information. It features options to confirm if they’re self-isolating, have symptoms, have been in contact with someone who has tested positive in the last 14 days, or if there is anyone in their household who is considered at risk.
For PBSA providers, The Covid Profile allows them to take into account any circumstances which may impact property visits, scheduled viewings and any contractor work required.