From water to wifi, Utility Ranger provides a one-stop portal to create and send utility bills, along with other resident charges including your own billing fees, to your residents.
We want to invite you to have an exclusive walk-through with the co-founder of Utility Ranger to learn more about the platform designed explicitly for apartment owners.
Utilities are the third largest expense for apartment owners. Billing residents for utilities and other fees can be a big headache with the current service providers. Many of the current providers target large apartment owners leaving you and your properties without a good solution.
Delayed bill cycles, long reimbursement times, and poor service leaves apartment owners frustrated. You don’t need a service provider to do this for you, you just need the right tool to do it yourself.
Utility Ranger is a billing platform explicitly designed for apartment owners to simplify billing their residents for their utilities.
Utility Ranger is simple to use. First, you will enter your utility bills or other ancillary expenses (such as pest control & trash collection) into the platform.
Next, the system will calculate each unit’s proportionate share of the costs based on the size of the unit and the number of people living in the unit. You can even add in your own billing fees to cover the time of managing it all.
Utility Ranger is entirely digital. So no more mailing resident bills or dealing with delays from USPS.
Utility Ranger’s NOI Mission Tracker and Star It Task Tracker make utility billing fun and easy for anyone.
Utility Ranger is the only Utility Billing SaaS product designed to create another revenue stream for you aside from utilities.
Tiffany Mittal is a multi-family owner and investor; she has seen firsthand how NOI boosting technologies have grown the value of her properties and helped her develop her portfolio.
Tiffany has also led multiple companies to exponential growth, both in the San Diego area and across the country. She also serves as the Independent Rates Oversight Committee’s Chair in San Diego, improving the city’s access to fair utility rates.
Tiffany created Utility Ranger because she is committed to democratizing the property technology space and creating opportunities for multi-family investors to grow their portfolios and wealth. She believes this platform is a great way to do so.