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Best Apps For Landlords

Tags:
  • buy to let,
  • landlords,
  • lawyer,
  • mobile apps,
  • property inventory,
  • Rightmove,
  • scanbot

Being a landlord is tough, busy and time consuming work. Thankfully though, there’s plenty of new technology out there that can make life easier for the average UK landlord. It can be difficult to know where to start when it comes to choosing the best mobile apps. And how can you be sure these apps will make your profession any easier? What are the best apps for landlords?

From local landlord inventory services to helpful communication software (and everything in between) the market is huge. So here’s our pick of the best apps worth trying. Think we’ve missed something off the list? Get in touch on Twitter and tell us your thoughts.

The Landlord App

The name really says it all. The Landlord App basically offers a comprehensive selection of features to help landlords operate and manage their businesses more effectively. From finding new tenants to scheduling utility bill payments, it can even help with chasing payments owed as well as much more. Coming highly recommended by the vast majority of landlord inventory services in the UK, this is app is worth a try.

DIY Landlord

By landlords, for landlords. DIY Landlord allows the user to keep track of all their current rented properties. Offering key financial information like cash flow and rental payments, the app’s main dashboard will become a sight for sore eyes. If you’ve got a large property portfolio, this app will save you significant time, stress and worry.

Scanbot

Ideal for keeping track of your most important documents, Scanbot allows the user to create high quality JPEG or PDF copies of documents in a matter of seconds. From contracts to receipts to invoices and so on. Simply use your smartphone’s camera to instantly scan and record your documents. Copies are saved in excess of 200dpi for outstanding quality and the app does a great job of reducing motion blur.

Mobile Landlord

Forget the filing cabinet of paperwork, the Mobile Landlord app covers everything. Create a profile for up to five properties and keep all relevant information in one place. From tenancy details and expenditure to key trade contacts, this app covers it all. You can even set key reminders like updating the Gas Safety Certificate.

Rightmove

The Rightmove app takes everything the market-leading online estate agency offers and slips it into your pocket. It’s one of the best and most important apps you’ll find for keeping an eye on local markets and assessing property values/rent averages. Advice on property research and staying on the pulse of the property market could even help you negotiate a house price. It can also be a fantastic app to use if you plan on using Rightmove to advertise your property.

Tenancy Agreement

Let’s face it, tenancy agreements are some of the more tedious parts of the job. With the Tenancy Agreement app, you can create a professional tenancy agreement on your smartphone in a timely and hassle free manner.

Home Decorating Ideas

Interior design can be a confusing world! Especially for the uninitiated. If you’re a landlord crying out for inspiration, the Home Decorating Ideas app is on hand to help. Get free tips on interior design and save any snaps that take your fancy.

RenTracker Property Management

When you’re a landlord letting to various tenants, it can be difficult to keep track of all rent due dates and financial deadlines. RenTracker Property Management is here to help. This app tracks your finances including rent payments, expenses and taxes. It also gives you the opportunity to export your financial reports.

Ask A Lawyer

Got an important legal question to ask but don’t have the money or means to arrange a consultation. Ask a Lawyer is the answer. The app allows landlords to ask those burning questions about their business and receive expert answers and advice from qualified, experienced legal professionals. Best of all, it’s completely free!

Landlordy

Landlordy markets itself as the ultimate mobile companion for the DIY landlord, and it’s not hard to see why. With the ability to help you track rent payments, manage expenses and even prepare rent invoices you really should downloaded and use this app. It even gives you the option of exporting and sharing the data with your accountant, so that your finances are always up to date.

WhatsApp

It sounds so simple but it’s often overlooked. Keep up-to-date with tenants with WhatsApp. If your property is a HMO, create a house group chat including all tenants. This will help resolve any internal issues and can even boost tenant moral (happy tenants are likely to stay in your property longer).

LetsHelpYou

Advertise your rental property to UK tenants for free on the LetsHelpYou app. With a smooth UX, this app allows you to upload images and key details of your property at speed.

Landlord Property Buddy

Ditch the complicated excel spreadsheets, Landlord Property Buddy has got your back. This app offers a full range of property management services and comes highly recommended. Offering assistance with income/expenditure, transaction reporting, reminders, document safekeeping as well as invoices and tenant details. This app helps manage the full landlord experience to make your life a little easier.

Fixflo

Fixflo is one of the best apps of its kind. It serves as a convenient and reliable method for reporting and recording minor to moderate maintenance issues. The tenant is able to describe the problem, take a picture of it with their device and send it straight to the landlord’s device. It can also be used to report things like graffiti and vandalism, dumped rubbish, abandoned vehicles and more.

Kaptur Inventory Pro

Designed by property inventory experts for busy professionals in the property sector, Kaptur is the very latest property information collecting tablet technology. This offers the most efficient way to collect, prepare, report and manage information. Find out more about how Kaptur Inventory Pro can help you here.

If you’re a landlord suffering with the headache of rental inventories, find out how No Letting Go can help.

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