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Proptech Firm Livly Sets Company Record in July 

Livly, a resident experience proptech firm headquartered in Chicago’s West Loop, reported record-breaking sales in July 2022 of 22,513 apartment units nationwide, a 70% increase compared with June 2022’s previous all-time high record of more than 13,000 units.  

The company has continued to build momentum in the multifamily market every month in 2022. Livly said its growth is notably driven by its advancement of new apartment app features, services and resident events that expand the breadth of the Livly Operating System. 

“Property managers and residents are the foundation of the multifamily industry, and the impressive amount of growth we saw in July goes to show that more and more apartment communities want to use simple, modern technology,” said Alex Samoylovich, Livly’s co-CEO and founder. 

Livly’s July expansion was spread across 14 U.S. states and 54 cities. The company’s growth strategy has led the company to 38 states this year alone. 

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