4 Apps to Make Managing Your Properties Easier – RealtyBizNews: Real Estate News – RealtyBizNews

It’s no secret that being a landlord can be challenging. Not only do you need to make sure you find the right tenants for your property but you also need to make sure you’re in-the-know about any maintenance assistance they need once they move in. Fortunately, with today’s technology, there are plenty of ways you can manage your property, finances, and tenants without breaking a sweat. Here are some of the coolest apps to check out to make your job a little bit easier.

1. Zillow Rental Manager

With over 42.58 million housing units currently occupied by renters, it can be hard to find great tenants on just one website. And managing the replies to multiple ads on multiple sites can be a real headache. With Zillow’s Rental Manager app, you don’t need to juggle your ads anymore. The app enables you to post an ad for your vacancies on multiple websites so you can manage responses all in one place. Even better, the app is free.

2. Sortly Pro

When you’re a small-time landlord managing your properties on your own with the help of a maintenance team, it can be challenging to stay updated on what supplies you have in your inventory. Keeping poor track of your inventory can end up costing you more money later on. For instance, a can of paint can last between three to