Valencian startup Fynkus has developed a platform to streamline communications between property managers and homeowners. The system allows neighbours to check when they will be charged the next bill and its amount or to communicate any type of incident, and provides administrators with a cost-effective software that most of them do not have at the moment. The founder of Fynkus is Víctor Arenas, an administrator tired of the difficulty of communications despite the current digital context. The company's platform, which is being accelerated in Lanzadera, is already used by 250 administrators with a portfolio of 3,000 homeowners' associations. The firm will close the year with a turnover of 180,000 euros and has set itself the target of reaching 10,000 homeowners' associations in six months. Arenas assures: "We are not trying to make property administrators dispensable. What we do is help them with our tool". The company's founder points out that he decided to look for an agile digital solution because he has always believed that property administrators should be close to their clients. The cost of the platform starts at 3 euros per month for each community of owners, although this week the company has launched a free version with fewer features for administrators.
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