Before rent

Manage rental requests to select the best tenants and reduce the delinquency rate.
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Rental request management

Rental application management program, to select the best tenants and reduce the delinquency rate. Tenants who complete the application will be able to access your  calendar and select a visit.
Managing potential tenant requests allows you to:
· Reservation system
· Filter tenant requests and choose the tenant you prefer
· Document validation
· Tenant acceptance
· Visiting calendar. Select your visiting hours.
· Connection with iCal
· Establish the necessary documents for interested tenants to apply for your property · Register of potential tenants

Tenant screening

Review potential tenant profiles at a glance and make the right decision with confidence. Reduce the number of visits to your property by showing it only to those who are really interested and meet your requirements.
· Tenant screening
· Filter tenant applications and choose the tenant you prefer
· Document validation
· Tenant acceptance
· Tenant status management
Managing the entry of a tenant into a rental apartment can be a complicated and stressful process, but with proper planning and the implementation of some effective measures, it can be done efficiently and without problems. Here are some tips to help you manage the arrival of a tenant effectively:

1. Do a thorough pre-entry inspection: Before the tenant moves in, it is important to do a thorough inspection of the apartment to make sure it is in good condition and that everything is working properly. This includes checking doors and windows, electrical and plumbing installations, and heating. Take detailed photos of any problems or damage and make a list of anything that needs to be fixed or replaced before the tenant moves in.

2. Create a lease: It is important to have a lease in place that outlines the conditions and responsibilities of both parties. This contract should include details such as the duration of the rental, the rental amount and payment date, responsibility for expenses, and any other specific rules you have for the use of the apartment. Make sure both parties sign and receive a copy of the contract before the tenant moves in.

3. Communicate your expectations: It is important to establish your expectations regarding the management of the apartment and coexistence with the tenant from the beginning. This includes details such as rules for floor use, quiet hours, and cleaning and maintenance expectations.

4. Keep a record of payments and expenses: It is important to keep a detailed record of the payments and expenses related to the rental apartment, including rent, utility costs and any other expenses that may arise. This will help you keep track of finances and resolve any issues that may arise.

5. Maintain good communication with the tenant: It is important to maintain good communication with the tenant to ensure that both parties are satisfied and to resolve any problems that may arise. This includes responding quickly to any questions or concerns the tenant may have, and being flexible and understanding of the tenant's needs and requests. It is important to have a friendly and respectful relationship with the tenant, as this can help prevent conflicts and ensure a satisfactory stay for both parties.

6. Organize a key delivery and collection: It is important to organize a key delivery and collection in an orderly and professional manner. During handover, it is important to review the condition of the apartment together and make a list of any damage or problems that must be resolved before the tenant leaves.

7. Periodically check the condition of the apartment: It is important to periodically check the condition of the apartment during the tenant's stay to ensure that it remains in good condition. This may include an annual or semi-annual floor inspection to check that everything is working properly and to spot any problems that may arise.

8. Try to resolve conflicts peacefully: In the event that a conflict arises with the tenant, it is important to try to resolve it peacefully and fairly for both parties. Listen carefully to the tenant's complaints and concerns, and try to reach an agreement that satisfies both parties.

You can manage all this with Rentger.
Control of expenses and payments

You manage rental accounting in one place, including expenses, supplies, deposits and deposits.

Automations and online payment

You set up rentals and recurring expenses. Manage your collections and payments online. Automatic generation of invoices, receipts and contracts. Automatic rent updates.


Reports of expenses, collections, payments, income, non-payments and delays