Utility Management Solutions
RealPage® Utility Management helps you take control of energy conservation and billing at your properties.
Utility Management Solutions Deliver Savings and Conserve Energy
RealPage Utility Management enables multifamily property owners, operators and fee managers to reduce their utility management expenses while providing a platform for billing ancillary services. For more than two decades, RealPage has worked alongside its multifamily housing clients and their residents to save time, money and precious energy.
Whether you’re looking to install a new system or retrofit an existing system, you can rely on the RealPage Utility Management team to handle your water, electricity, and gas submetering. We use only code-compliant equipment, and provide a variety of solutions—from end-to-end installation to ongoing maintenance and service—so you can choose the service that best suits your needs and budget.
Utility Management Includes:
Resident Billing delivers full service billing, payments, and reporting.Learn More
Submetering allows RealPage to allocate utility costs to residents based on actual consumption.Learn More
Utility Expense Management tracks your properties’ usage, expense, and rate data.Learn More
Energy Management helps you use less energy and pay less for what you useLearn More
Utility Benchmarking is your essential pulse on the market and indicates how your properties measure up.Learn More
“RealPage Resident Billing has been a valuable asset to CAPREIT. One of my first tasks, when I initially joined the firm, was to analyze the portfolio for the utility expenses. And what I discovered were gaps across the portfolio, inconsistencies, and multiple vendors. So RealPage was able to help me go through the portfolio and evaluate opportunities that we were missing, and it has been really phenomenal for us.”
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Navigating the Energy Map with Utility Management
Apartment properties stand as one of the nation’s largest consumers of energy. As owners and operators feel the growing impact on their operations, the ever-evolving world of utility management shows a lot of promise in controlling costs and increasing both asset value and savings.
In 1978, new Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) policies began to open the nation’s electricity transmission system to retail suppliers, effectively allowing qualified generators and wholesalers onto the country’s grid to create wholesale market competition.Read More