ChoreRelief, A Chicago Real Estate Based Property Management App, Was Recently Mentioned in Crain's Chicago

June 25, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - ChoreRelief is doing their best to make property management a breeze. The property management app makes it easier to find handyman services and contractors for odd jobs from lawn mowing to plumbing.

ChoreRelief had the opportunity to be mentioned in Crain's "Real estate tech startups are booming here", an article about how Chicago based app and tech companies are growing in Chicagoland. It comes as no surprise to the management team behind ChoreRelief that they are starting to gain some press and a growing user base. With a huge void in the real estate market aimed at pairing property managers with pre-screened contractors, the market is primed for a tech-savvy company like ChoreRelief to experience massive growth.

Property managers like TK have this to say, "It took me less than a minute to post my job and got bids somewhere even under the budget I set in just few minutes. Guy was very professional knows what his doing. Fixed my sink. Will use and recommend again to people."

With ChoreRelief’s “do-it-all-from-the-palm-of-the-hand” approach, property managers and owners everywhere can avoid the stressful and time-consuming aspects of the job.

The ChoreRelief app is designed to make property management as convenient as possible. Finding and communicating with professionals is easier than ever before. Property owners and managers who use the ChoreRelief app will find the services they need at the prices they set.

Property owners set prices that they deem reasonable. Job posting also comes with the option to use pricing suggesting when posting an open job. The job will then be dispatched to dozens of local contractors who are all qualified to provide the service needed. Contractors will then place bids on the job or accept the proposal as-is.

The contractors who submitted proposals for the job can then be reviewed by the property owner or manager. This allows them to choose who to work with. With just a few clicks in the app, the job can be awarded to the proper contractor.

Once the job is completed the property owner can review photos of the completed project and send the final invoice. The app is also capable of handling the payment securely.

The ChoreRelief app bridges the gap between property managers and contractors. ChoreRelief allows them to name their price and have professionals bid on the job or take it as it is. It is fast and convenient, saving everyone involved a lot of time. Contractors can find clients easily, and property owners can get the service they need from a trusted source.

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For more information about ChoreRelief, contact the company here:

ChoreRelief
Tarik Khribech
(866) 688-8629
press@chorerelief.com
222 W Merchandise Mart plaza Suite 1212, Chicago, IL 60654

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