Properties
Web-based Property Management Software from Rentables

  1. Viewing Property Details: This guide explains how to navigate to a Property Details page.
  2. Adding a New Owner, Property, and Tenant: This guide will walk you through creating a new property in Rentables. The process starts with selecting the property owner and then entering all the property's details.
  3. Adding a New Property to an Existing Owner: This guide will walk you through the steps of how to add a property to an owner who already exists in the Rentables system.
  4. Editing a Property or a Management Agreement: This section describes how to edit the details of the property or the management agreement.
  5. To View Inactive Properties: An inactive property is defined as a property that you managed in the past but are currently not managing. Rentables keeps a record of inactive properties for you in case you need to access any of the data associated with an inactive property.
  6. Creating a Property Group: This guide will walk you through creating a Property Group. An example of when a Property Groups should be created is if you have an Owner that owns a four-plex that you manage for them. By assigning each unit in the four-plex you can generate one consolidated report for all four units.
  7. Adding a Preferred Vendor to a Property: Sometimes Owners request that specific vendors work on their properties. Rentables allows you to track this by assigning a preferred vendor to each property.
  8. Setting up a Reoccurring Charge on a Property: Some properties you manage may have charges that occur on a regular basis. For example, if a gardener or pool cleaner services a property every two weeks you can set up a reoccurring charge rather than having to record the charge ever time it occurs.
  9. Inactivating a Property: If you were managing a property in Rentables and you no longer manage the property this guide will explains how to mark the property and a management agreement as inactive.
  10. Marking an Inactive Property or Management Agreement as Active: If you accidentally marked a property as inactive or are now managing a property that you previously were no longer managing this guide will explain how to re-activate the property.

Affordable Residential
Property Management Software

Let Rentables property management software streamline and automate the workflow of your business. By using Rentables your information stays organized and is easily accessible 24/7.

You'll save time performing routine tasks such as:

  • Recording rent
  • Tracking PM fees
  • Payment processing
  • Generating owner statements
  • Emailing (or worse - mailing) monthly owner statements

Use the time you'll save to grow your business or to enjoy life's other pursuits.

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