Operating a successful rental business relies on your ability to collect rent, maintain strong relationships with tenants and implementing business systems that allow you to scale. RentMindMe property management software allows you to do all of the above. Since cash is king, let’s take a minute to talk about how RentMindMe improves your rent collection
Work Orders within RentMindMe streamline communication by providing your tenants a method for reporting maintenance needs. As DIY Landlords ourselves, we encourage our tenants to call our attention to small problems so they don’t become big issues down the line. What will using Work Orders do for my tenants and me? Prior to RentMindMe, we
Turnovers are a fact of life with owning rental properties. Here are three quick tips to ensuring you maximize your effectiveness when a rental unit turns over. Although it might mean you don’t collect rent for a brief stint, you should capitalize on the access to the rental unit and set it up so your
In this post we will take a look at the tenant side of RentMindMe. You already know about all the features a landlord has, but now you can learn about all the great tools available to your tenants. Getting them enrolled is so quick and easy, you can seemlessly integrate RentMindMe any time througout the life
You may be contemplating the idea of introducing online payments for your rental real estate business. If you are, this article is designed to provide you with visibility into some common questions your tenants might have as you talk to them about collecting rent online. Common questions from tenants This is the list of the
Are you working full time and hoping that rental real estate will be your ticket out of the rate race? It can be! And RentMindMe can help you achieve that dream. Here are three benefits of having a virtual assistant for managing your real estate investments. Benefit 1: Rent Collection RentMindMe will send gentle reminders
One Manager, 3 Investment Portfolios In this article we will us Joe as an example. Joe is a DIY Landlord who manages his personal real estate portfolio and a couple of LLC’s with RentMindMe. Joe owns 5 single familiy homes which is how he got involved in real estate. He’s invested in Prime Time Partners,
How is your rental business perceived? Being a DIY Landlord is empowering. From owning and operating a cash flowing business to getting to call the shots and be your own boss, the benefits are incredible. Let’s face it – that stack of cash and checks at the end of the month is a thrill too.
Are you a DIY Landlord or looking to become one in 2019? As the year gets started, let’s talk about the benefits you can realize from implementing business systems to save time, money and improve your communication with tenants. Time is Money, are you wasting it? Ask yourself these questions before we go any further…
Some background As landlords ourselves, we have implemented online rent collection to provide our tenants with a convenient, self service tool for paying rent. We have seen our collection times improve and we are spending significantly less time chasing rent. The challenge There are times when we needed to bill for expenses outside of rent.
We recently attended an event where the topic of discussion was succession planning for real estate investors. That prompted us to take action to protect our assets and develop our succession plan. It also got me thinking about the relevance of property management software to succession planning associated with rental real estate portfolios. A tool
As we set out to create our online property management software, Dina and I interviewed a lot of real estate investors. One point we heard consistently from other DIY Landlords is that they love being a landlord, but are uncomfortable having to hound tenants for rent. If you can relate to that statement, you should
Let’s talk about how to get started now that you’ve signed up with RentMindMe. Follow these three quick and easy steps to started collecting rent online and automating the management of your rental properties. STEP 1: Set up your bank account. We recommend setting up your bank as the first step to ensure you are