What software program do you use to manage small multi unit properties?

Do you have fewer than 20 units and use a software to manage the properites, please share the program details, why you chose the program. What other programs did you consider.
In Property Management - Asked by Christopher H. - Jun 10, 2010
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Michael K.
Property/Asset Manager
Hampton, VA

Our company signed with Rent Manager. We manage multiple large apartment and small communities within the Virginia Market.

Jun 10, 2010
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Rob B.
Chandler, AZ

Our company also uses Rent Manager. We use this not only for multi-family, but it is adaptable for commercial properties as well. It is user friendly, with good support.
Robert R. Baird, CA RE # 544165 (One of the oldest, active RE licenses in California)
951 515-5855

Jun 11, 2010
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Anand B.
Broker/Agent
Arlington Heights, IL

Believe it or not, plain old Excel works just fine (or equivalent). It has excellent reporting capabilities, and is of course scalable, flexible, and customizable to each manager/owner's needs. Best of all there are open office/free versions and equivalents I wouldn't overlook it and pay $$ just for something fancy.

Jun 13, 2010
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Dale O.
Owner/Investor
Spanaway, WA

Anand B hit the nail right on the head. MS-Office works just fine. Word for letters, newletters, etc. Excel for Rentroll, Income/Expense statements, etc.

Oct 7, 2010
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