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Bridge at Waters Park Team Deploys Fetch to Relieve Package Burden

Team members dedicated their day to checking in, organizing and hand delivering residents’ packages.

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Wood Partners Reclaims Time and Space Through Fetch Deployments

With 92 apartment communities and more than 23,000 homes nationwide, Wood Partners is well versed in all trending multifamily needs.

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ZRS community gives on-site staff time back & increases NOI through Fetch

Without enough on-site staff to support a community’s day-to-day goals, resident package management becomes an impossible task.

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Fetch Boosts Resident Satisfaction & Customer Service at Draper and Kramer

Over the years, Draper and Kramer deployed just about every package management option available.

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Ivy Residences Drives Resident Satisfaction with Fetch

Up until two years ago, Ivy Residences didn’t offer a package solution for residents of its Hyde Park communities.

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The Resident Perspective: Fetch, a better delivery experience than package lockers

Multifamily has largely turned to storage lockers as its package management solution of choice.

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ZRS Management Case Study

It didn’t take long for ZRS Management teams to realize that package locker systems weren’t a permanent package management solution for multifamily. Escalating e-commerce trends led to a continuous stream of resident packages arriving daily, routinely overflowing the available locker capacity.

Griffis Residential Case Study

Two years ago, Griffis Residential knew it had a package problem. The feedback that the multifamily operator was receiving via resident surveys, online reviews and internal message boards clearly indicated that residents weren’t satisfied with the company’s package management.

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