Miami, FL, May 29, 2019 --(PR.com)-- In a state with over 50,000 condo and homeowner associations, a new start-up, ONR app (pronounced "owner"), is leveraging technology to simplify the day-to-day challenges they face.
With many homeowners living out of state, and others feeling hostage to their association boards, demand has increased among homeowners to engage with their HOA's digitally. ONR is a Florida-based startup that is using technology to make common events like voting and surveys easy and transparent. The app offers associations tools like e-voting, surveys, alerts, and notifications on a secure platform that can be accessed from a smartphone or laptop. It boasts that it is not only secure but also specifically designed to be compliant with Florida HOA law.
"Helping communities engage has proven to improve the association-living experience for many," explains ONR co-founder Carlos Guzman. "The ability to survey owners and residents helps boards and management have clarity on where issues lay and despite the stigma, going online makes condos and HOAs more engaged and communication more secure."