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Hi Carly,Do you have any association with No Agent?
My guess is Carly works for an online marketing company and using this as an opportunity to sell her client's wares.
Does she know if it's any good? Hail no. She is paid to spread the word.
A blog and information source for buy to let landlords
I started in September 2016 with Pendo but by the end of the year I had moved on to TenantCloud. It's really easy to use and has most features I think I need.
I currently only have 1 BTL but will be buying the next one in a couple of months so I wonder how TenantCloud will do as my portfolio slowly increases.
Oh, best thing about it, it is free!
Has anyone else used TenantCloud? If so what were your thoughts. Did you find any better options?
propertiesfordummies.co.uk - in progress
Landlords property manager I think you can get a free version from the NLA
I find it very good and have used it over 10 years now
Learn Change and Adapt ?????
If TenantCloud don't charge anybody, how do they fund the software?
From their website:
"We get paid by service providers - like insurance companies, plumbing companies, screening companies, A/C and heating, moving companies..... oh you get the idea. TenantCloud is free, but if you decided to use any of the service providers products then you can buy in TenantCloud, which only makes life even more convenient."
"Even if you don't buy anything from our service providers TenantCloud is total free (up to 75 units). This includes unlimited tenants and service professionals for those busy people like yourself."
For the features I currently use, it has all been free and their customer service has been really good so far. I hear back from them usually within a day or two
Great answer - Thank you.
The NLA SOftware is free for 6 Months & then £30 pcm
The National Landlords Association (NLA) has launched its newest service, Landlord Vision, which uses cloud-based software to help landlords manage almost every aspect of their tenancies.
The service aims to help landlords by putting all tenancy management activities in one place through a cloud-based solution, thus eliminating the need to rely upon spreadsheets and disparate pieces of documentation.
Landlord Vision has been designed as an easy-to-use, integrated and secure method of tenancy management, and the service allows landlords to:
· Create rent schedules for tenants
· Enter full and partial rent payments
· Record correspondence with tenants
· Estimate tax liability
· Set up tenancies
Carolyn Uphill, Chairman at the NLA, said:
“Buy-to-let is a business, and as anyone running a business will tell you, the importance of effective management must not be understated. Without it, landlords can face numerous problems, and one of the most damaging can be rent arrears, or non-payment of rent.
“With over a billion pounds worth of rent owed to landlords through arrears it’s vital that they are fully equipped to prevent and deal with the issue if and when it arises.
“For landlords, keeping on top of lettings activity can be difficult and time-consuming, but failing to do so can have a devastating impact on both businesses and personal lives.
“Landlord Vision offers a simple one-stop solution to help you keep on top of your property business and it is the latest example of how the NLA is creating the means to help landlords to make a success of their businesses.”
For more information on how the NLA can help landlords avoid the incidence of rental arrears and to find out more about Landlord Vision, visit https://www.nlalandlordvision.org.uk/