PropertyMe Alternatives

    PropertyMe is described as 'online property management software. It allows property owners to manage their properties with simple online software and allows them to focus on doing business their way'. There are more than 10 alternatives to PropertyMe, not only websites but also apps for a variety of platforms, including iPhone, Android, iPad and Self-Hosted solutions. The best alternative is MapPlug. It's not free, so if you're looking for a free alternative, you could try Anabode or ADDA . Other great sites and apps similar to PropertyMe are Beaver (Paid), Landlordy (Freemium), Rentograph (Free) and Simplifyem (Paid).

    This page was last updated Nov 7, 2020

    1. Quicken Rental Property Manager 2015 includes everything in Quicken Home & Business, plus: Easily organize your rental property and personal finances in one place Find tax-deductible rental property expenses you may have missed Manage income and track expenses by...
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    2. Visual Lease was created by Fortune 500 managers that saw a need for a system that organizes all lease information in a central place. Keeps track of all details of a lease including: renewals, options, critical dates and more.
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    3. Concierge Plus simplifies condo/HOA operations with simple, cost-effective tools to make your life easier and residents happier. Amenity bookings, package tracking, resident database, announcements, document sharing, and a lot more.
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      OpenPM is a website management interface to manage Real Estate as a web portal that is based off of CodeIgnitor.
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    4. Property Matrix is a cloud-based property management solution geared towards apartment complexes, multi-family unit and commercial properties.
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    5. RealPage provides property management software to the multifamily, commercial, and single-family and vacation rental housing industries. www.realpage.
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    6. @Assist was founded in 2009 by a property manager. Audrey Charles started by doing what all property managers did, managed her tenants on paper. Her office was lined with filing cabinets of endless paper that caused more stress and frustration than organization.
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