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The engineer who lives for coding in a flexible environment will find what they are looking for at Buildium. You'll get the chance to flex your C# and SQL muscles, and will work on a variety of projects developing complex applications used by 1000's of customers in the property management world. You are start-up ready, and your role as Software Engineer is pivotal to Buildium moving forward, as we look to keep our systems scalable, yet flexible. This is a chance to work in a friendly, passionate, small company atmosphere where contributions are recognized and rewarded, and your work will have an impact on the entire platform. Yet, not only are we a company that is very aggressive on the technology front, as you will design and develop across our entire stack , but also we focus on camaraderie, which is contagious. Plus, we offer an environment where ideas are heard, and we listen to your recommendations to achieve our goals. If you are interested in, and passionate for, developing an incredible product for your customers, test your development prowess at Buildium today!
Back in the late '90s, three guys were working for a technology consulting company in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The trio soon learned they shared an interest in real estate. With dreams of becoming real estate moguls, they formed MIDICH Properties (MIchael, DImitris, CHris) and bought their first rental property together in Providence, Rhode Island, in 2002. More purchases followed. Before long, they were losing track of which leases were expiring and which tenants hadn't paid their rent — "minor" stuff like that. That's when they began looking for property management software. They weren't sure exactly what they needed, but it had to be easy to use, accessible anywhere with an Internet connection and have all the features necessary to manage their properties. After coming up empty-handed in their search, they decided to put their expensive computer science degrees to good use and build something for themselves. A few months later, Buildium was born.