The Properties Page in SimpleRent

Properties Page

The Properties page shows you a complete listing of your property portfolio, either for the current owner, or for all owners, if selected.  Click the Properties toolbar item

and the Properties page appears:


The Properties page shows your properties across three tabs that represent status – Leased, Vacant, or Archived.  Leased properties have one or more active or expired lease attached to it, while vacant properties currently have no lease (but might have one or more former/closed leases).  Archived properties are ones that have been manually archived by you – properties you may have recently sold, for example.

When you add a new Property, it appears on the Vacant tab first, as it does not have any leases attached to it.

You can filter the Properties page by any relevant piece of information displayed on this screen. For example, by typing into the “Search Any Field” box, you can filter properties by address, nickname/unit #, type, property group, or lease information (tenant name, start/end dates, etc) – in this way you can quickly find properties in a large list:

You can also use the City and Property Groups drop down filters to filter properties for a particular city and/or group:


Clicking a single row on the Properties page:

will open a Details panel on the right side of the screen:

This panel shows detailed information about the specific property, including information about any leases on the property, total balance outstanding, amount due this month, amount paid/collected, and the same for last month.

This panel also shows supplementary information that has been attached to the property, including links to any files, thumbnails of photos, and notes/comments you have added.

Finally, the Details panel contains handy shortcut buttons to the Rent Roll and Payment History screens, specific to each lease on the property. Also displayed is a Settings button to jump to the Edit Lease Settings page, and a way to send each tenant on the lease an email message.

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