The Ranch at Star Pass Uses Communiqué


Nestled in the resort area of Tucson, The Ranch at Star Pass provides students with a one-of-a-kind setting and five-star experience from their first day to last.


Communiqué is providing a state-of-the-art communication service to The Ranch at Star Pass, a student living community for students of University of Arizona and Pima Community College in Tucson, AZ. The Ranch’s property management team can send textsemails and push notifications directly to a resident’s smartphone via the The Ranch at Star Pass Appa mobile application developed and supported by Communiqué.

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Homestead U, the management team behind The Ranch at Star Pass Apartments, chose Communiqué to provide an improved, streamlined communication service to its nationwide portfolio of apartment communities. Through The Ranch at Star Pass App or the Communiqué desktop interface, The Ranch at Star Pass’ staff members can send important messages to residents via textsemails or push notifications. This three-pronged approach to communication ensures each resident stays updated and informed with their community’s news and events.

The Ranch at Star Pass App, available on both iOS and Android devices, is one of several branded mobile Apps Communiqué has developed for property management companies nationwide. The smartphone App features a custom-designed interface complete with The Ranch at Star Pass’ photo and brand. Residents can view community messagesevents and news, as well as pay rent or request maintenance orders directly from their mobile devices. The App is maintained and supported by the Communiqué team.

Marty Hollingsworth, CEO of Communiqué, said he is proud to partner with Homestead U to provide the student residents of The Ranch at Star Pass Apartments with state-of-the-art communication services.  “Homestead U manages dozens of student housing communities,” Hollingsworth said, “We are excited to offer our App and its communication services portfolio-wide to Homestead U.”