Mitigate Risk with One Seamless System
Simplify affordable housing property management with OneSite® Affordable, the one completely integrated software solution designed to make your workday—and your life—easier. Process move-ins, certifications, and compliance quickly and more accurately. Conquer low income housing tax credit state reporting. Seamlessly stay in compliance with HUD, Tax Credits, Rural Housing regulations, and the 50058 Public Housing program. And efficiently manage rent and property damage collections. Want to manage revenue, and minimize hassles? This is the only affordable housing software you’ll need.
Why OneSite Affordable?
WORK YOUR WAY
Customize compliance workflows to meet the needs of your company. You call the shots.
No more duplicating data entry just to complete resident certifications.
OneSite Affordable has a claims finder built in, and will alert you to which units qualify for special claims.
COLLECT ON DAMAGES
Increase the chance of collecting on damaged properties by attaching an unlimited number of pictures to security deposit dispositions.
AUTOMATE TAX CREDIT STATE REPORTING
No more manual input. Get complete and accurate state reporting in the format you need.
Document management functionality helps you keep complete certification packets within reach for quick access.
Complete Market Overview for RealPage Affordable
How Affordable Housing Software Helps Mitigate Risk and Ease Compliance
We offer a wide range of solutions for your front office, back office and residents, all of which can help you save time and money. We even offer business intelligence applications that can help you track costs, demographics, vacancies and nearly anything else you want to know about how your communities are performing. RealPage Affordable Solutions can help you take care of all that AND help you maintain compliance all from one complete platform.
Top 10 Tips for Mitigating Risk on LIHTC Properties
Top ten best practices LIHTC stakeholders should apply to stay in compliance with federal regulations and avoid tax credit recapture. Watch this on-demand webcast to find out what you can do to help ensure you don’t receive an agency finding of non-compliance.
How RealPage Affordable Makes Property Management Simple
OneSite Affordable lets you customize workflow to meet the needs of your company, quickly and easily. Watch the video to see how.
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“OneSite Tax Credits keeps us in compliance with the requirements of the different housing authorities across multiple states.”
MIS Director, KMG Prestige, Inc.
Make Short Work of The Complex.
Get access to in-depth ADA Accessibility Plans showing you exactly the improvements needed to meet requirements, saving you time, money, and stress.
HUD PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
Manage workflow, recertifications, income targeting, and more for your HUD communities.
Supports the Public Housing (P) program and produces HUD-50058 certification along with special programs, and more.
RURAL HOUSING RD 515
Offers support for all Rural Development (RD) Section 515 properties, and can be layered to manage multiple set-asides and other subsidies, including Section 8.
Risk Mitigation for Affordable Goes Beyond Compliance
This eBook provides insights into why maintaining compliance isn’t enough to be truly successful. It also presents techniques and services you can use to improve compliance and the overall safety of your staff and residents to achieve optimum performance.
Download the Free eBook on Housing Compliance
Download a free, in-depth eBook that helps to clarify the law and provides a checklist of questions every owner and operator should ask to mitigate ADA and FHA noncompliance risk.
Protect Yourself from ADA & FHA Fines & PenaltiesDownload eBook
Three Misconceptions Regarding ADA and Fair Housing Accessibility Laws
It is quite common for auditors, inspectors and regulatory agencies to misapply the various accessibility laws on the books. Multifamily owners will sometimes find themselves non-compliant because of a misinterpretation of the regulations and may spend thousands of dollars correcting a problem that really doesn’t exist.
In this article, we look at three common misconceptions of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Fair Housing Act regarding accessibility at multifamily properties. Read More