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  • Properties Form: What is the market rent field and what is it used for?
    Answer: The market rent field can be the actual current rent you receive for a unit. Or it could be the amount you would be charging ...
  • Properties Form: How do I search for a unit?
    Answer: Some property managers use Unique ID numbers to identify their units. You can search for units or addresses using this ID number. To set your ...
  • Banking: How do I make a journal entry for an expense?
    Answer:   When making a journal entry for an expense, start the first line listing the expense itself.   In the first field on the first line of the ...
  • Tenant Form: How do I move out a tenant?
    Answer: You must enter a move out date for the tenant in the Lease/Moving Dates tab under Tenant Record. Then change the tenant's status to Inactive. Now unit ...
  • General Sidekick Question: What is the market rent field and what is it used for?
    Answer: The market rent field can be the actual current rent you receive for a unit. Or it could be the amount you would be charging if ...
  • General Sidekick Question: How do I search for a unit?
    Answer: Some property managers use Unique ID numbers to identify their units. You can search for units or addresses using this ID number.  To set your ...
  • Properties Form: How do I make a property inactive?
    Answer: Each property, unit or group can be made inactive if you wish. This is a useful feature if you sell a property and you no longer ...
  • Tenant Form: How do I add a tenant?
    Answer: To add a tenant: 1. From the property list, click on the unit that the tenant will be renting. 2. Right click with your mouse and choose New>Tenant. ...
  • Income Form: How do I set up recurring charges?
    Answer: Use the Recurring Charges folder to enter information about the recurring charges for this tenant (charges that occur more than one time).  You can record ...
  • General Sidekick Question: Where can I track tenant incidents?
    Answer: The Tenant Incidents folder is a convenient place to record everything that happens with a tenant.  This record could protect you in the future if ...

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