Rental property management for the landlord who wants to manage their own affairs. There has always been novel ideas for an app but when we heard there was a property management app for DIY landlords, we thought, what a fantastic idea. Landlords everywhere will be falling over their many doorsteps to download this one.
The app helps you manage your daily landlord business. The app will help you keep track of all payments made by tenants and include a payment history. It will help you track down any expenses payments you may have to make for essential repairs to the property.
Once you enter the rent payment amounts made, you can produce a receipt for your tenant and email it following receipt of payment. There are even gentle reminders highlighting the daily duties (or weekly) and tasks a landlord must carry out.
Data is kept private and nothing will be shared with third parties. And one of the dynamic features of this rental property management tool is the financial reports it will produce. It is an absolute godsend for landlords with two, three or more properties as it will produce financial reports based on the information you enter in to it and save them in the cloud storage facility at DropBox. You can even arrange for those finance reports to be automatically emailed to your accountant.
Lease agreements will come up for renewal from time to time, but any landlord with several properties will have a difficult time trying to keep track of all the leases and when the terms are coming up for renewal. The Property Landlord app will give you a reminder when it is time to act on renewals.
It is an app which has an all-round service suited for the busy landlord. There are so many things to remember when you are trying to juggle several properties all at the same time. The Property will help you keep things in perspective.
Although free of charge to use, there is a personal edition where you can use an unlimited amount of properties and rental condos, plus an unlimited level of tenants too. The Personal Edition will export data, back it up and even recover in the event of a crash.
Expense categories can be amended, updated, disabled or renamed under the Personal Edition – which by the way is available via a one-off payment and not some monthly subscription fee.