If you’re an estate agent or a letting agent, chances are you don’t really have time to read this article – we get it, you’re a busy person.
You’ve almost certainly got far more important things to do, right? Especially when it comes to maintaining property information – all that manual updating of the same information, over and over, in every property portal under the sun. It takes a lot of time, time that you don’t have.
Well, help is at hand...
At Mercurytide, we build systems that make life easier, and our property management tools are no exception. Maintain a single list of property information in one place, and let us do the legwork. Our systems integrate with as many portals and listings websites as you need – including your own website – and will automatically keep all your property information up to date on each and every one of them.
As you might expect, this is just one of the many ways in which this sophisticated bit of software can make your life simple. We provide tools which make handling enquiries a breeze (including the ability to track and report on where each enquiry came from) and functionality to help manage tenants - from automated rent reminders to digitised property inspections, handling maintenance requests to keeping track of all those keys.
What we think makes the difference though is that our systems are all tailored for you – you don’t get an “off-the-shelf” system which inevitably does some of what you need but not all - and mostly drives you crazy. We believe in crafting systems just for you, that deliver exactly what you need along with a healthy dollop of return on your investment.
Spend a minute or two of your valuable time right now and get in touch with us to find out more and you could save a lot of time in the future. What are you waiting for?
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