5 Useful Apps For Property Managers and Landlords
5 Useful Apps For Property Managers and Landlords5 Useful Apps For Property Managers and Landlords

5 Useful Apps For Property Managers and Landlords

Answering phone calls, collecting rent, finding new tenants, and loads of paperwork keeps every property manager’s hands full. However, managing all of these chores can be a breeze with the use of these 5 apps made specifically to deal with the needs of property managers and landlords.

1. DIY Landlord

DIY Landlord is an iPhone/iPad app that allows property managers and landlords to track not just properties and rent rolls, but allows for partial and abnormal payments as well. Photo logs for properties, expense tracking, financial reporting and a dashboard that offers a snapshot of this month’s performance all help managers stay on top of their rental units.

Cost: Free for the first three tenant records, then only $1/tenant.

2. Pendo Rent

In addition to tracking properties and payments, Pendo Rent allows for rent collection directly from tenants from your mobile phone or tablet. Pendo Rent tracks your properties’ cash flow, connects right to your bank account, and will keep your financial data organized.

Cost: Free

3. iPropertyMgr

In addition to tracking properties and payments, Pendo Rent allows for rent collection directly from tenants from your mobile phone or tablet. Pendo Rent tracks your properties’ cash flow, connects right to your bank account, and will keep your financial data organized.

Cost: Free

4. The Property

The Property is an iPad/iPhone app that helps you to organize your rental properties on your mobile device. You can manage tenants and rent agreements, prepare and send rent invoices to tenants, track rent payments and tenants’ balance, and keep track of related expenses. The app allows you to easily export and share your financial data with your accountant or bookkeeper as well.

Cost: Free lite version, one-time $8.99 price for premium version with expanded capabilities

5. Rent Tracker

An excellent organizational app, Rent Tracker helps you organize your properties, tenant information, rents received and lease expirations. It will generate year-end financial reports to help with tax preparation, and its simple user interface makes it easy.

Cost: Free for the first two tenant inputs, then $0.99/tenant

Honorable Mentions

Evernote

Want to make your business paperless? Evernote allows you to access records seamlessly from your desktop and mobile devices. Inside the app, you can create a notebook for each of your properties or tenants and keep your records conveniently sorted. Stay organized and on top of annual maintenance with a checklist for each property.
Cost: Free for the basic version

Google Calendar

With Google Calendar, you can share your schedule with anyone you want, and when users create an event on their computer, it will be synced to all the devices on which they access Google Calendar. You can set up your calendar to send reminders that will notify you when it is time to show a unit, collect rent, etc.

Cost: Free

All of the above smartphone apps are free to download and try, although most start charging after the first few rental properties, or for the more advanced features. Manage a property? Need security? Pro-Secur guards offer elite protection. Call 305-418-9214 to schedule guard service today.

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