RIGA, Latvia (June 8, 2022) – Landlord Fusion has connected with Nordigen‘s open banking platform to integrate up-to-date bank account information into the all-in-one rental property management software.
The software simplifies and automates asset management, ensuring ease, reliability and accuracy when managing a portfolio. It is intuitive, easy-to-learn and agile as the cloud-based mobile app allows property owners to stay on top of their assets.
The management software aids with full accounting capabilities, easily recording all property-related income and expenses, removing the need for other accounting software. It provides automation for key tasks like collecting rent and getting a notification if a payment is missed. The integration with Nordigens’ platform allows for automatic bank feeds and statements to be provided with quick reconciliation.
Landlord Fusion stores all property information in one place, providing the ability to manage properties by room, keep up to date with utility suppliers and readings, record all tenant information, payment schedules and send notifications so the user never misses an important task.
“Landlord Fusion is a digital solution that allows users to effortlessly manage each property. Users don’t have to rummage through their drawers to find documents, circle dates on a calendar, or call accountants to see if the books are balanced. Nordigen helps optimise our services through open banking, allowing each user to be up-to-date with their financial information,” says Atanas Kanchev, founder of Landlord Fusion.
Nordigens’ open banking service allows Landlord Fusion’s users to connect to current bank and transaction data. Helping with the ease of access to financial information for the potent all-in-one property management solution.
“We are delighted to see our open banking solution integrated into Landlord Fusion’s innovative property management software. The use cases for open banking are growing right in front of our eyes and it is wonderful to see Nordigen as a part of that story,” explains Rolands Mesters, co-founder and CEO of Nordigen.