COVID-19 Update

Supporting clients, employees and communities

We are closely monitoring recommendations from national and international organizations including the Public Health Agency of Canada and WHO. We are also taking the following measures to protect and support our clients, employees and communities during the COVID-19 outbreak:

Client Support

Property managers’ obligations to tenants, residents, employees and communities continue even in this period of extreme disruption. The Yardi Breeze Premier team has tools and training to help our clients ensure business continuity, safety and productivity in this near-term reality of increased remote work and social distancing.

We are also following our own business continuity protocols to ensure uninterrupted client service. View our notice to clients.

Social Distancing & MARKET IMPACT

Learn how Yardi Breeze Premier can help you stay connected to staff, tenants and owners. Hear about the impact of COVID-19 on the multifamily and commercial markets.

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We’re Here For You

Take advantage of 24/7 access to our online Help Center and live chat support 7 a.m.-7 p.m. CST in the Yardi Breeze Premier program.


Read this special message from our president and founder. 

Read the letter


Facilitate social distancing for your tenants, vendors and staff with solutions built into Yardi Breeze Premier.

  • Tenant portals, websites & apps
  • Online payment options
  • Communication tools & automated support
  • Online leasing
  • Automated invoice processing
  • Work order & vendor management

Contact us to learn more

Employee Support

Most of our team is now working from home. For those still onsite to deliver essential services, we have heightened office hygiene and cleaning protocols. We also postponed or canceled in-person Yardi events and ceased travel in favor of online alternatives for the time being. Industry events that we normally participate in have been postponed or canceled by their sponsoring organizations.

Community Support

Yardi has committed $7 million to food banks and other nonprofits fighting the effects of COVID-19 in addition to our usual philanthropic efforts. Our hope is that we will unite to subdue COVID-19 and emerge from this challenge stronger than ever.