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Author Topic: Good, low cost, property management software  (Read 22641 times)

Offline Jonah_Homesprout

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Re: Good, low cost, property management software
« Reply #15 on: July 25, 2019, 08:35:06 am »
I know this post is a little old, but I hear landlords talking about this topic all the time. I used appfolio for a while with a property management company I used to work for. While there was a decent cost to it, I found it extremely helpful in so many ways, particularly for lease creation, marketing leads for rentals, communication with tenants (through their texting service), and maintenance requests/tracking.

But if anyone is looking for free software, Cozy works well for small-scale landlording. It allows you to receive payments, market rentals, and take maintenance tickets. Thereís not much depth to the free functions, but if you donít have many properties or are just getting started, I would highly recommend Cozy.

Jonah Hartsburg
HomeSprout Properties LLC, offering home-buying services in Indiana
www.homesproutbuyshouses.com

Offline delmiss

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Re: Good, low cost, property management software
« Reply #16 on: September 11, 2019, 03:56:54 pm »
Although not officially "property management" software, I've been using Quickbooks for about 7 years. It came in very handy last year when audited by the IRS to give my accountant a copy of the Quickbooks data base because it was software she was already proficient with and she could run reports and follow transactions easily to prepare for the audit.

Offline moolahut

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Re: Good, low cost, property management software
« Reply #17 on: October 05, 2019, 10:16:39 pm »
I heard that RentPost.com was good as well but never tried it.  I personally used super basic invoicing software (zoho) to remind tenants of payments and then they can actually make payment as well through a payment portal I have setup to run cards automatically (for a fee) or process out of checking.  Then, I have a form online to submit requests for repairs - but I am not dealing in large scale so that works easily and quickly for me.  I am sure if you are working on a large scale, property management can entail a lot more that needs to be more organized.
- Joel M
Currently an investor, previously worked as an escrow officer for Fidelity.
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Offline sellpahomefast

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Re: Good, low cost, property management software
« Reply #18 on: October 18, 2019, 10:49:16 am »
Thanks for sharing!

 




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