Managing multiple real estate units without software would be difficult, but having the right software to manage your property is another matter.
It’s not simply that it needs to be able to handle documents like office software, but also needs to cover accounting needs and financial management as well.
Managing tenants and maintenance will also be necessary, as well as screening rental applications, inventory tracking, advertising and marketing, ticketing fault reports. Some of the best software will also enable communications direct with tenants to provides updates and status notifications as required.
On top of that there’s the number of properties involved, as someone managing a handful of real estate units will likely have different needs to a group controlling thousands.
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