PHOENIX, July 13, 2021 – Vantaca, the leading Community Management software company and Page Per Page, the fastest growing mail provider, today announced the formation of
Every tool Community Management Companies and Self-Managed HOAs need in order to efficiently and effectively communicate with their homeowners —
What We Do
From on-time, accurate printing and mailing to modern, simplified technology solutions,
Page Per Page has constantly evolved alongside the Community Management Industry
Save money on postage, use staff's time more effectively, accurately bill communities, and deliver the most professional looking mail to homeowners.
Manage your community website(s) from a single account, and build homeowner trust with open, two-way communication.
Create ballots and notify homeowners by email, mail, or both. Track election results in real-time, 24/7.
Design & Print
Build and maintain a brand that is cohesive and aesthetically appealing to your customers.
Who We Serve
Big or small, rural or urban — Page Per Page is a dedicated and trusted
partner to communities of all shapes and sizes.
When you manage thousands of doors, printing, packing and shipping all homeowner communications in-house is inefficient and time-consuming. It takes manpower away from what you do best: managing the community. Let Page Per Page take care of the rest.
Self-Managed Homeowner Associations
If your HOA prefers to handle community affairs closely and personally, opting not to work with a management company, you feel the strain of your printing and mailing workload all the more. Page Per Page is here to take the strain off board members.
60,000 HOAs, 5 million homeowners — and counting.
Get in Touch
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