Needs a makeover One could use this app to track rental property but it is difficult doing so. The UI is not user friendly at all, even watching the video tutorials are confusing. There is no option to backup or export data to a printable file, only to apps file format. No way to track by tenant or by lease changes. Any new data input erases all previous data. When property is marked as vacant app still shows rent is due.
Complicated app This is a terrible app. Not user friendly at all. Better to track your expenses in excell.
Weekly Rents Needs to offer weekly rents, doesn't calculate the rent for the stated lease. Over all its a general guide to keep track of your rent collected.
Clark Higgs - H2 Investments (samsung gallaxy note 8) Purchased this app yesterday. Nice interface; however, several features of the app don't work at all. For instance, I loaded 2 properties with all the tenant info etc. Rent on one of those properties is $1150/month and this month the tenant was late and only made a partial payment of $800. I entered $800 in the partial payment field and $115 in the late charge field and hit done. The app misteriously changed the late charge to $230 and continues to do this even though I've deleted and rebuilt all the data.
Quickly put together This app has potential but its very clunky and hard to navigate in its current form
Good app Good for tracking rent 'Would like to see a place to list the utility companies that handle each property and a place for the size of the ac filter for each property.
Always save your data before updating!
*Corrected partial payments to carry into the future and show amount owed
*Added multi-unit capability
*Added ability to add more than 1 tenant
*Corrected sync bug for backing up data
*Added ability to edit past expenses