Our Onboarding team helps you configure your property, units and residents, to ensure a smooth program launch.
Our system divides the bill, posts charges to our portal and emails/mails statements to the residents.
Residents can pay online with debit, credit or ACH, or send a check/money order. They can also pay you directly!
We assess our fees on the balance collected and distribute your monthly payout. Your fees never come out of pocket.
Save money on utilities without billing your residents. By receiving a sample statement highlighting resident consumption and helpful tips to reduce consumption, they use less and you pay less!
We provide seamless, equitable solutions for direct resident billing to help you gain substantial savings and unlock revenue! Let us own the bulk billing process for your community amenities such as bulk WiFi & video.
Sometimes, installing individual meters in each unit is preferred, or required due to local ordinances. While Livable can help with the billing aspect of submetered properties, we do not sell or install the hardware.
Save money on utilities without billing your residents. By receiving a Sample Statement highlighting resident consumption and helpful tips to reduce consumption, they use less and you pay less! Livable can help with billing sub-metered properties.
"Livable was an excellent choice. Livable utility management offers a conscious responsibility to the owners and to the renters to ensure that the utility ratio billing is fair for both landlords and residents. Livable lives up to its simple program implementation. They are easy to connect with. I get immediate help if I need it.
My suggestion to any multi-family building owner is to try Livable. Finally the master meters are slowly becoming obsolete. Wanter conservation is a new norm. Thank you Livable."
- Cara N.
"Livable benefited my business through offsetting utility expenses through prorata distribution to the lessee's and during the process reduced water usage by 25%.
I no longer have to worry about what the amount of the bill will be as the residents also have an interest in not wasting water."
- Dennis R.