Property Management Analyst
Ashley joined the Software Advice team in fall 2011. She's specifically focused on covering best practices, what-to-know and industry trends of the property, facilities and maintenance management markets. When Ashley's not reporting and sharing insights for Software Advice, she can be found taking photos on rarely-ventured backroads with her nomad dog Timber, finding mischief (and wine) in foreign countries and volunteering with the elderly. With a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Marietta College, she's been a freelance travel writer and editor for nearly four years, working for editorial travel sites and local magazines. She also adores vintage hardback books, tutus and hosting Tuscan-themed dinner parties.
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We developed this survey in partnership with Buildium and AppFolio to gauge how property management companies are using technology, and what business benefits they’ve seen from implementing a property management software solution. We welcome feedback from all property managers.
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