Tenant Pro 7 is the #1 property management software used by over 18,000 property management companies operating their rental units. The software integrates perfectly with Microsoft and produces more than 45 predefined documents. In addition, the system integrates with Quickbooks, provides electronic payment processing for online resident payment and resident credit card processing, offers background checks and other add-ons. This window-based system can meet virtually any management requirement for almost any rental type residential unit.
Tenant pro provides move-in, move-out, application, unit, work order, general ledger, 1099, overdue notice, invoice entry, landlord information, vendor management, and many other basic functions.
The window interface provides easy mouse click access to each area. The tabs are:
- work orders,
- tenant charges,
- tenant payments,
- move in,
- to relocate,
- enter invoices,
Managers can file tax returns, perform bank reconciliations, complete overdue notices, print maintenance reports, prepare rent lists, and many other reports.
Looking only at residents, enter name, address, phone numbers, email addresses, rental rates, and overdue or overdue fees and rent.
For maintenance reports, collect the issue date, details, person or maintenance contractor assigned, date fixed, action taken, and more.
Perhaps as importantly, TenantPro offers a 3-hour online training session as well as a multi-unit online training tutorial to help you get started quickly and efficiently with your property management and accounting needs. . Additionally, the Company offers a variety of support packages.
Some other management systems to be aware of (and there are many more) consider Yardi or RentManager. These systems offer most if not all of the same features and capabilities. Price and scalability may vary. There are also a number of online management systems that can also be of interest.
Owners, investors, managers, and principals should look for a management system that offers the features offered by Tenant Pro. Equally important, choosing a system with proven capabilities, available training, available support, and tens of thousands of happy users is a prudent decision on the part of any manager or owner. At the price the system is available at (less than $1,000 for 100 units), there’s little reason a manager couldn’t afford the system. Reasonably comprehensive training is available for $500 or less. So when planning your acquisition or upgrading your operation, having a good management system in place to produce up-to-date reports is a prudent step for most managers.