MDA Property Manager ©
- Bill Tenants
- Collect Money
- Credit Control
- Manage Space and Leases
- Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
- Control Cash Flow
- Basic Owner Reporting
- Agency Reporting
- Change Processing Period
- General Ledger
- Asset Register
- Insurance & Replacement Costs
- Facilities / Maintenance Management
- Key Performance Indicators
- New Business Opportunities
- Projections & Budgets
- Valuations & Investment Analysis
Manage Space and Leases
Pro-actively let space with accurate records of available, occupied and committed space. Be reminded of date and other key event triggers in contracts. Ensure all contractual documentation is in place.
- Analyse occupancy/vacancy for every unit of rentable space and also strategically across the portfolios.
- Tenancy schedules show pertinent lease details at a point in time.
- Vacancy schedule shows details of vacancy and letting status with different report styles for internal and external brokers.
- Diary reports are triggered by important dates, e.g. expiries, rent reviews, turnover rental due, options and personal diary notes.
- Body corporate schedules list the owner, current levy, area, participation quota, etc. for each section number.
- The lease schedule shows comprehensive details for each clause of a lease agreement. This could evolve to being the primary document from which the actual lease contract is produced.
- Print resolution and surety annexures to a lease agreement.
- Lease checklists show leases, resolutions and sureties not signed, documentation fee not raised, letting commission not paid, debit order authorisation not received, outstanding deposits, etc.
- Future tenants, as well as notices to vacate at some future date, can be recorded as soon as the information becomes known.