|Rent Roll Pro - Full Version|
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Rent Roll Pro, when integrated with QuickBooks Pro, provides property management features equal to those found on products costing thousands of dollars more, and provides invaluable financial analysis not found in other property management software.
|Version 2.5 easily links to QuickBooks Pro: customer, vendor and invoice items synchronize; an entire property file's invoices are created with one click; take payments; statements; collection and income reports; security deposits and refunds; application and other pre-residential fees; rental sales taxes; many others. (QuickBooks Pro 2004 or later required )|
No Per-Property license fees - no maintenance costs - voluntary upgrades
Up to 999 property files can be used without having to purchase multiple licenses. (One install per license, however.)
See Network Solutions for information about the additional features, network and remote accessibility, and multi-user functionality included with the Rent Roll Pro NetPack.
NEW - a LE version for smaller rental collections is only $195
A highlight of the many Version 2.5 features include:
Click here for a more complete list of capabilities. For more information about the design features of Rent Roll Pro click HERE or see below.
Owners of apartments and other rental income properties can more than double their net operating profit by managing their properties themselves. Property management software packages however, are expensive, inflexible and hard to learn, can be used for only a single property or a limited number of units, and are saddled with inflexible and limited quasi-accounting databases.
Accounting programs like QuickBooks Pro can keep track of the income and expenses from rental properties, but do not: track leases; calculate the financial statistics necessary to gauge the effectiveness of the property management; handle maintenance requests, jobs and contractors; determine potential income and losses to that income; list property information like unit number, type, occupants, lessee history, physical address, etc. to accounting information.
Apartments and commercial rental real estate can be terrific real estate investments, provided the properties are analyzed as accurately as possible before purchase and managed correctly afterwards. Both the GPR, current and anticipated Economic Vacancy Percentages must be calculated as accurately as possible to determine the property's value.
Typically, property management software doesn't calculate the GPR or Economic Vacancy Percentage; real estate investment software doesn't assist property management - though in many cases the same information is used for both purposes.
Vacancies and contract rents are used in the GPR calculation. Additional important information like Economic Vacancy, Loss Due to Lease, Loss to Vacancies, and GPR per square foot are determined in the course of calculating the current GPR.
This software package provides the critical financial calculations necessary to determine the value and performance of rental income producing real estate as well as making it as easy as possible to handle the day to day tasks of managing such properties.
This program is necessary for Rent Roll Pro >>> QuickBooks Integration with earlier versions of QuickBooks: the QuickBooks Request Processor - click HERE to download (size 5.11 MB)
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