Property Manager 3.0
We’ve been working hard on upgrading your property management software to make it easier to use and more effective and we’d like you to take a look and tell us what you think.
You may have been using version 2.0, in which case much of it will be familiar; however there are a few improvements as we have listened to your comments. If you’ve not tried the FREE property management software before, why not take a look and give it a go.
Property Manager 3.0
It’s faster and crisper, because it loads all your data, then the browser can go between pages without hitting our server. We’ve added a new look, a bunch of graphs and a sitemap to help you find your way around. PM3 is about 90% complete. We haven’t covered the tax pages yet and there are a few outstanding details.
It has been optimised to work in all the major browsers but it may not work if you have a really old version.
1. Keep track of rents – It lists all rents due automatically. Track your rents paid and outstanding rents for individual properties and your portfolio.
2. Tenants details – Keep all your tenants details and contacts to do with your letting business conveniently in one place accessible any time through the Internet.
3. Forms – Create and store a whole load of essential landlord forms such as the Tenancy Agreement , Section 8, Section 21 Notice, Guarantor Forms and then email them to your tenant or just save them in your account to print off straight away or later.
4. Inventory – Produce a rental property inventory for your property to ensure that come the end of the tenancy you can ensure that your buy-to-let is returned to you in the condition you left it in.
5. Investment – A NEW section which allows you to keep track of the value of your investment and the equity and your property portfolios cashflow . Critical where you are looking to remortgage and expand and also keep track of the cash generative qualities of your property portfolio.
6. Income tax – Prepare your income tax return for the Land and Property Section of your tax return. Then print of the results, use them to fill out your self assessment tax return or send them straight to your accountant.
7. Rental Reports – Produce tenancy reports or closing statements to send to your tenant or just for your own records listing the rents and payments relating to a whole tenancy. Print or email these to your tenant or legal advisor.
8. Track your expenses – Keep a list of all your expenses relating to your buy-to-let properties. Then use these in your income tax calculation to minimize your tax liability.
9. Contacts and notes – Log your actions and tenant responses to make sure that all those little details about a tenancy aren’t forgotten or mislaid. Then when it comes to taking action you have the facts and the contact details immediately to hand.
10. Reminders – Set up and control your reminders to make sure that you don’t forget critical dates relating to each buy-to-let property such as expiry of gas safety certificates or your landlord insurance.
11. Letting agents
If you are a letting agent or if you use one. Use the software to manage a number of property hawk account by setting up a master account. Master accounts allow more than one user to access and edit the details meaning that both landlord and letting agent can keep track of the same tenancy.
Let us know what you think!
Do you LIKE or DISLIKE our PM3.0. Let us know by clicking on the buttons at the top of each screen and then tell us why.
Your Property Manager – Your letting application – evolving only with your help.