Instant Fetch Rollout Offers Relief During Holiday Package Surge

“With Fetch, multifamily owner/operators don’t incur the upfront expense of package lockers and package rooms, nor the time-consuming and invasive installation process,” said Fetch CEO Michael Patton. “Communities in Fetch markets simply need to sign up. Fetch takes package storage and management offsite, and completely lifts the package burden from onsite teams. Fetch scales alongside package volume trends — including the holiday shopping season — to meet residents’ pressing package needs and free up onsite associates to focus on their core responsibilities.”

At RangeWater’s CORE at Lindbergh community in Atlanta, resident packages were stacked to the ceiling in its leasing office and an adjacent hallway before deploying Fetch. Now, the office is clear of clutter, not to mention disgruntled residents, making the holiday atmosphere a little jollier.

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