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I'm a very soon to be property investor, but I am also a web/app software developer by profession and looking for a new side project to build something that I, and other investors will find useful.
For example, something to track viewings, something to automatically determine potential yield on a property for sale, something to track tenants (contact details, rent due/owed, contract upload etc). Is there anything you always do manually, or on a spreadsheet, that would be better automated? Or is there something you keep wishing existed but doesn't?
Would be great to hear what pain points you guys have that I could potentially solve.
My suggestion is that you take all of the already used property apps, and combined them into one super app. I find nothing more irritating than having to jump from app to app. Think was app I need to use next etc. A big task no doubt, but a solid, central app would be mega - I'm surprised no one has done it yet already.
Thanks for your input - which apps do you find yourself jumping between the most, and what are you mainly doing on each app?
There are other systems out there that also try to cover most things, so I'd also be really interested to know what you're currently using that means you have to keep switching?
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A one to inform me when a tenant is about to flit and abandon a property
Learn Change and Adapt ?????
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Haha no problem (-: so I offer a list of tell tale signs that you have seen in your experience, and each time a tenant exhibits that behaviour you log it on the app, which then calculates the probability of abandonment based on previous abandonments, and estimates the day on which they will go.
This could make a great AI project!
In my own experience most tenants don't give much away for tell tale signs though.
I wonder if any of the smart speakers, online retailers or Facebook could put together user patterns to predict this - if they also had data about tenancies. A scary thought!