For those who are new to the whole multiple property game you will need to have an understanding of what it entails. No matter who you ask they always seem to have the answers, but when it comes to remembering them all that’s when things go wrong. However, help is at hand from a device that you and I use everyday and that is the smartphone. You can take a visit to the App Store and choose a property manager app, although the choice is limited choice.
The most comprehensive app that we have found is called “Property Manager” and for $1.99 seems to be a bit of a bargain. The app is for those who have more than one property to manage, so does not matter if you are a landlord of real estate investor for houses, duplexes and apartments. Setting the app up takes some time, but the more you put in at the beginning the more you will get from it later.
There is a huge amount of information that you need to input about each building, such as images, each property’s operating expenses, lease and tenant details, and so much more. You can then attach these details to each property and then have them sent out to others via email if need be.
Another good feature is how you can create work orders for those buildings. That way you will never fall behind what jobs need doing, as you will have a detailed plan at your disposal of what needs to be done.
If for some reason you feel that this app lacks certain features, then the developer welcomes you to email them. The contact details can be found on the app.
Whenever you start a new business — one that you have no experience with — you will always struggle with what terms and phrases need to be used. This is the same if you are a landlord or property manager. Thankfully help is at hand with an app that is a bit of a mouthful called “Perfect Phrases for Landlords and Property Managers.”
Whenever you have to deal with certain situations you can often become stuck for words when dealing with the public. This app not only gives you the terms and phrases that you need to say, but also other advice as well. Some of the features that jumped out at us included a smart interface for an easier reading experience, table of contents, handy search tool and much more. This app will cost you $9.99.
These are just two property manager apps that you should consider if you are starting in this field. However, we do have other apps that will be helpful, such as “Real estate tips and tricks” and also “Mortgage rates in real-time.”