I just wanted to thank you for Rent Manager! I don't know how I would survive without it. It has made my life 100 percent easier. When I first started working with my father five years ago, we had to do everything by hand. It used to literally take me two hours to pull a delinquent report, now it takes a matter of 30 seconds. That alone paid the price for Rent Manager. Not to forget the other things that are so professional—the deposit slips are perfect, the statements are awesome, the automated utility service is a breeze, there are so many ways of generating reports that it would take me forever to list them all. I would highly recommend this program to anyone in the manufactured housing community. Two thumbs up for Dave Hegemann and LCS. Keep up the great work!

— Sandy Gibson

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