Experience easier tracking of compliance requirements in Property Tree. This plus other system enhancements are included in the March 2020 release of Property Tree. Let’s take a closer look at all the new additions and changes you can start using today.
Now you can easily track compliance requirements for each of your properties in Property Tree. With the new Property Compliance Register, you can create unlimited compliance categories and add compliance items to property profiles to ensure your portfolio remain compliant all the time.
Tenancy Held Funds Report
You can now filter by Property Type, Portfolio, Tenancy Status and Tags on the Tenancy Held Fund Report. We've also added additional columns: Tenancies Vacate Date, Last Held Receipt and Last Held Reason to give you a complete overview of your tenancies without having to refer to the Profile screen.
Tenancy Consent for Electronic Notice
Further enhancements have been made to help you abide to a tenant's consent for electronic email services of notice:
- The inspection Mail Merge Consent filter now defaults to Consented for emails
- Inspection Notices can no longer be resent to a Tenancy Contact who has NOT consented for electronic notices
- Mail Merge from the Tenancy Profile will now show contacts that have not consented for electronic notices.
Income and Expenditure Report Tags
Now you can filter by Owner tags in the Income and Expenditure Summary Screen. This will allow you to run statements in batches to accommodate Branch reporting.
Bank Account Number
You can now enter a 12-digit Bank Account Number in your Trust Account configuration details following several banks' increase of account number character size from 9 to 12-digits.
Tenancy Rent Summary Report
Now you can solve rent related queries without switching between screens or generating a full Tribunal Report. With the new Tenancy Rent Summary report, you can view a summary of tenancies for each rental period, including rolling arrears totals for each period paid, until the tenancy vacate date is reached.
Invoice Genius Default Notice Period
When creating a Tenancy Invoice from Invoice Genius the due date, now defaults to the Configured Tenancy Invoice due date, aligning the behaviour with Property Tree.
More on the March release
To learn more about the March 2020 release, including issues fixed please read the release notes. You can also take the self-paced training for an in-depth look of all the additions included in this month's release.
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