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WaterWatch Corporation recently signed-on to provide the utility billing services for two existing condominium communities located in North Carolina. WaterWatch will oversee the installation of the water submeters, wireless submetering system and manage the ongoing utility billing services.

“We are excited about our growing presence in North Carolina,” Todd Quarterman, president of WaterWatch Corporation, said. “It’s another opportunity for WaterWatch to promote energy conservation and environmental consciousness while helping the homeowners association to decrease operating costs.”

For 16 years, WaterWatch has successfully worked with hundreds of homeowners associations to control and reduce utility expenses through utility submetering. WaterWatch offers an array of services including installation, meter reading, resident invoicing and payment collections. For more information about how a partnership with WaterWatch can benefit your community, visit www.waterwatchcorp.com or call 800-256-9826.

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WaterWatch Corporation is pleased to announce that it has partnered with JLB Partners, LLC to provide utility submeter systems and resident billing services for JLB new construction multi-family housing projects.   […]

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According to a Columbia University Report, water rates will likely increase in the short term as utility companies struggle with rising debt and the need to spend on infrastructure. […]

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Homeowners Assocations (HOAs) can experience many benefits from utility submetering projects. While HOAs are not in the business of making money, they are still responsible for maintaining their community. When HOAs decide to submeter, the money saved can go back into the community in the form of parking lot repairs, painting, external lighting, and other necessary property upgrades. […]

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WaterWatch Corporation recently announced the appointment of Ms. Terry Brake as a customer service representative. Ms. Brake will join the WaterWatch client management team and will be responsible for overseeing clients’ utility submetering and billing service accounts for both multifamily and commercial real estate properties. […]

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Statistics show that while many renters would prefer to live in greener apartments, most are not willing to raise their rental budget to do so. Does your organization know how to market your green property to potential residents? Find out more.

In a Strata Research survey of 1,053 renters, 62 percent reported that “environmental friendliness” was an important factor in their apartment hunt. However, 57 percent of those surveyed also replied that increased ex­penses could cause them to reconsider living in a green unit all together. The majority of residents in this survey stated that while they would prefer to rent green units to save money on utility costs, they aren’t willing to raise the price tag of their monthly rent for green updates. Multifamily Executive explains that for many residents, sustainability is becoming an expected luxury.

Since cost is the deciding factor for most resident’s rental choices, it’s extremely important that green properties educate potential residents on the money-saving opportunities their energy efficient upgrades provide. For example, if you property is submetered, your organization’s website should explain how the process of submetering can decrease utility costs for residents. Featuring articles about the monetary benefits of living in energy-efficient units on your Facebook or Twitter sites helps to send the message that living in your green property can actually save residents money.

If your property is currently submetering utilities, residents can learn more about the conservation and monetary benefits by visiting our resident website at www.mywaterwatchbill.com. Looking for even more ways to reach potential residents? Consider reading our latest WaterWatch and Learn installment.

 

Todd C. Quarterman founded the WaterWatch Corporation in 1997 and currently serves as President and Chief Executive Officer of the company. Mr. Quarterman has grown the company from a start-up to a national leader in the utility sub-meter and billing industry.

 

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Submetering is no longer a foreign term in the multifamily and commercial property industries. In fact, this energy saving practice has become required in certain cities and states. Water submetering is currently a requirement in areas of Georgia, Massachusetts, North Carolina, California and Texas. Submetering mandates are expected to spread to additional states in the coming years. […]

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WaterWatch Corporation recently announced the appointment of Ms. Tasha Yielding as its national sales director.

Ms. Yielding will be responsible for the company’s national sales overseeing multifamily and commercial real estate markets.

“We are extremely pleased to welcome Tasha to the executive team as we continue to aggressively expand our services and our workforce,” said Todd Quarterman, WaterWatch’s President and CEO. “Tasha’s depth of experience in the industry will help her as she educates new as well as existing partners within the multifamily and CRE industry about the services that WaterWatch offers”

Ms. Yielding brings more than 10 years of sales and marketing experience to WaterWatch Corporation, as well as an extensive background in organizational development. Ms. Yielding joins the company from Minol, USA, where she served as the Southeast regional sales manager. While at Minol, USA, Tasha played a vital role in penetrating both the Southeast and Central US markets consistently achieving sales goals.

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WaterWatch Corporation recently signed-on to provide the utility billing services for a 200-unit luxury apartment community located in Kansas City, MO. WaterWatch will oversee the implementation of the allocation billing process and manage the ongoing utility billing services. […]

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Why do investors purchase multifamily and commercial real estate properties? Many would say to produce a favorable return on their capital investment. Calculating ROI can be simple or complex depending on a variety of factors. Installing a water submetering system is one way to reduce utility expenses, while increasing your ROI. Why is now the perfect time for investors to put into operation a water submetering and billing service? […]

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