Landlord Report
Landlord Report
2014

1.0

Landlord Report free download for Mac

Landlord Report

2014
04 March 2014

Property management solution.

Overview

Landlord Report provides a full range of property management functionality. It can handle an unlimited number of properties including single family homes and multiple dwellings.

Print Monthly Statements - Preparing monthly statements manually is time consuming and can contain many errors. However, with the Landlord Report, you simply make one click and automatically all monthly statements will be provided.

Track Vital Information - When the number of properties increases, chances are you don't know the tenants' status completely. The Landlord Report will enable you to:

  • Manage an Unlimited Number of Properties
  • Track Buildings & Units
  • Track Residential, Commercial and Industrial Properties
  • Track Tenant Rent Rolls, Tenant Charges
  • Track Contacts, Vendors & Contractors
  • Track Phone Messages
  • Track To-Do's
  • Track Family Members and Roommates
  • Track unlimited Parking Spaces
  • Track Property Loans
  • Maintain Contacts and Addresses
  • Track unpaid Tenants
  • Find delinquency Leases
  • Find expiring Leases
  • Serve day notices (i.e. 3, 14, 21 Day Notices)
  • Print Tenant Statements (i.e. Rent Roll)
  • Quickly Review Tenant Status
  • Apply Late Charges with the click of a button
  • Apply Prorated Rent Charges with the click of a button
  • Apply Parking Charges with the click of a button

What's new in Landlord Report

Version 2014: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

1 Landlord Report Reviews

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Jackrigg
13 March 2007

Most helpful

I've been trying this program on an Intel Mac. It has to be one of the least Mac-like or Mac-friendly programs I've run across in a long time. It appears to be a 4D database creation, and the database flickers processing icon down in the corner of the screen. And it's surprisingly slow and sluggish, considering it's running on a 2+GHz machine! The windows for the different sections of the program can't even resize to a larger size to take advantage of the extra space on a monitor! And, for certain key functions, if you have more than ONE window open your data will get corrupted! The "documentation" for the program is so paltry and incomplete it hardly even qualifies as documentation. Which means you have no choice but to contact "Customer support"... via email. Even with specific questions, they are rather uncomprehending, too brief and not very responsive. They've gone for the better part of a week before even replying at all! And it seems as though the developers don't have a very good understanding of actual Property Manager needs. For instance, trying to identify and track Section 8 tenants', their HAP numbers, or automating the S8 portion of the rent tied to tenant copays isn't realistically accomodated by the program. All in all, our impression is that their Mac version is poorly implemented, very possibly seriously buggy and the product seems like a slipshod, possibly not even finished, pseudo-application that it would be a mistake to try to commit one's serious business data and operations with.
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Version 5.2
Jackrigg
13 March 2007
I've been trying this program on an Intel Mac. It has to be one of the least Mac-like or Mac-friendly programs I've run across in a long time. It appears to be a 4D database creation, and the database flickers processing icon down in the corner of the screen. And it's surprisingly slow and sluggish, considering it's running on a 2+GHz machine! The windows for the different sections of the program can't even resize to a larger size to take advantage of the extra space on a monitor! And, for certain key functions, if you have more than ONE window open your data will get corrupted! The "documentation" for the program is so paltry and incomplete it hardly even qualifies as documentation. Which means you have no choice but to contact "Customer support"... via email. Even with specific questions, they are rather uncomprehending, too brief and not very responsive. They've gone for the better part of a week before even replying at all! And it seems as though the developers don't have a very good understanding of actual Property Manager needs. For instance, trying to identify and track Section 8 tenants', their HAP numbers, or automating the S8 portion of the rent tied to tenant copays isn't realistically accomodated by the program. All in all, our impression is that their Mac version is poorly implemented, very possibly seriously buggy and the product seems like a slipshod, possibly not even finished, pseudo-application that it would be a mistake to try to commit one's serious business data and operations with.
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Version 5.2
$69.00

1.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later
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