New app for property managers

New app for property managers

24 May 2011 by Staff Reporter 0 comments

Staff Reporter

First National Real Estate has launched a new iPad app that is set to reinvent the way Australia's property managers do business.

My Condition Reporter app allows property managers to record the exact condition of rental properties at the beginning and the end of a tenancy and reduce the risk of disputes.

“Accurate property condition reports are critical to the proper management of our customers’ investment properties,” First National Real Estate network property manager Dahlene Qama said.

“Property managers spend a great deal of time writing up reports, noting all the details that could be relevant when a lease expires. Our iPad app helps them to photographically record the property’s condition and link each photo to the relevant room.

“This will mean enormous time-savings when our property managers return to their office and it also reduces the amount of paper used. However, the real time savings kick in when a tenant leaves and the My Condition Reporter record allows an instant before and after comparison, room by room, throughout the rental property.”

Ms Qama said the iApp was designed to be fully compliant with all the various state legislation nationally.

 

 

Staff Reporter

First National Real Estate has launched a new iPad app that is set to reinvent the way Australia's property managers do business.

My Condition Reporter app allows property managers to record the exact condition of rental properties at the beginning and the end of a tenancy and reduce the risk of disputes.

“Accurate property condition reports are critical to the proper management of our customers’ investment properties,” First National Real Estate network property manager Dahlene Qama said.

“Property managers spend a great deal of time writing up reports, noting all the details that could be relevant when a lease expires. Our iPad app helps them to photographically record the property’s condition and link each photo to the relevant room.

“This will mean enormous time-savings when our property managers return to their office and it also reduces the amount of paper used. However, the real time savings kick in when a tenant leaves and the My Condition Reporter record allows an instant before and after comparison, room by room, throughout the rental property.”

Ms Qama said the iApp was designed to be fully compliant with all the various state legislation nationally.

 

 

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