Tips for More Leasing and Less Stress

August 4, 2021


Rent Manager

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Leasing is an essential—but stressful—facet of the property management industry. While much of the leasing and onboarding process involves building a relationship with future or current tenants, online tools are making it easier than ever to automate relationship building. We’ve compiled several ways to take the stress out of your screening and leasing system with Rent Manager:

Signed, Sealed, and Delivered Documents

Transitioning to digital documents will revolutionize your leasing process. Putting key leasing forms online expands your opportunities to find and convert more prospects faster, by removing barriers. Easily create Signable Documents* by adding signable fields to your existing templates and PDFs. Then, simply share new leases and renewals digitally through your prospects’ and tenants’ online portal accounts. Once you’ve supplied the paperwork, you can track the progress of the documents and know exactly when it’s time to follow up. Completed files are saved in the contact’s portal, so you can quickly find the lease in the future.

Screen for Success 

Developing an effective tenant screening* program can be an intense and difficult undertaking. You want to ensure you’re safeguarding your communities and reducing potential risks, without losing prospects or overexerting your staff. AmRent seamlessly integrates with Rent Manager, allowing your team to discover potential red flags without any labor-intensive setup. Gain vital insight by viewing late payments, accumulated debts, criminal, and even eviction history. Quickly and easily gather relevant data so you can make informed leasing decisions.

Invest in Integrations

Just as every prospect and tenant are unique, your community faces distinct leasing challenges. The Rent Manager Integrations Program includes a number of technology providers that can seamlessly integrate with your database to offer additional leasing support:

The key to a successful, long-lasting connection with your tenants is getting started on the right foot, from your very first interactions.

Set the tone for a positive relationship without stretching your staff thin with leasing tools that work for everyone involved in the process.

*To learn more about these Rent Manager features, press the F1 key in your Rent Manager database to access the Help File.

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