In a world where landlords are rapidly implementing technology to help them pivot their rental businesses and manage their properties, there is a resulting increase in property management software. Accordingly, we’ve provided comparisons of service for other rental payment software and property management for landlords researching the best platform to keep their business moving forward.
Similarly, we’ve provided a RentRedi vs Yardi comparison below. We’ve outlined our main differentiators from Yardi in a chart-style to layout a side-by-side comparison of key features for both services.
RentRedi vs Yardi: Comparison
|Listings||Realtor.Com, Doorsteps, RentRedi||RENTCafe and “others”|
|In-App Notifications||Yes||No (or not listed)|
|Tenant Auto-Payments||Yes||No (or not listed)|
|Applications||Yes, mobile-submitted and free||Usually $40-$70, complete online|
|Tenant Screening||Yes, tenant-paid||Yes, landlord|
|Payment Blocking:||Landlords can block payments directly from RentRedi||No, have to go through bank to block|
|Pricing||No minimums. One flat pricing rate with unlimited units and tenants.||Residential $1 per unit with $100 minimum/Commercial $2 per unit with $200 minimum|
|Contract||No contract. Subscriptions you can cancel anytime.||One year|
|Support||Unlimited support. We’re available 7 days a week by chat, by email, by phone.||7am to 7pm chat support, email after hours. 8 hours of phone help time to set up your account.|
So, when it comes to RentRedi vs Yardi for property management?
Ultimately, Yardi isn’t the best option for small landlords or landlords looking to grow their portfolio without paying more. RentRedi is a more affordable option for small to larger landlords. We have syndicated listings to major listing networks like Realtor.Com and Doorsteps. No minimums are required, and we offer unlimited tenants and units.
For a real estate professional who experienced both Yardi-managed systems and RentRedi, they noted that RentRedi “seemed superior as landlord-tenant software for landlords who need to collect rent, contact residents, and stay organized.”
If you’re interested in seeing what other landlords and real estate professionals have to say about us, check out our most recent reviews on G2!