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Yardi is a software vendor that makes applications for all sizes of property management and real estate companies. The company makes software suites for property management, marketing, commercial applications, senior living and investments. Yardi’s software consists of cloud-based tools that work on both desktop and mobile platforms.

Yardi’s main offering of property management software comes in two suites: Breeze, for small to medium sized property management companies and Voyager, for large property management companies. Breeze focuses on single-family homes and multifamily properties. Voyager focuses on commercial property management. Both include tools for accounting, operations and ancillary processes.

According to its mission statement, Yardi focuses on quality and ease of use, as well as its relationships with both employees and clients. The company claims 20,000 customers. Client of Yardi include small, corporate and governmental property managers.

Founded in 1984, Yardi employs 5,000 individuals and is one of the largest property management software vendors. The company is headquartered in Santa Barbara, California and has over 30 North American offices.

This was last updated in May 2018

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