PropertyZar is a cloud-based property management solution for small and midsize property owners and real estate managers. It offers features such as tenant screening, rent accounting, posting vacancies and scheduling maintenance.
PropertyZar offers dedicated portals for owners, tenants and third-party contractors. Owners can have a holistic view of their rental business, receive maintenance requests, send rent notifications, manage leases and more. Tenants are able to submit information, pay rent, make maintenance requests and more.
PropertyZar comes with online marketing tools that allow managers to post vacant property details on multiple property-renting websites. The tenant screening feature enables owners to run background checks on applicants before handing over the property.
PropertyZar is priced on a per unit per month subscription basis and offers support via phone and email.
samuel from University
Employees number: 11-50 employees
If you want a cheap software which will help you to manage your property then PropertyZar is what you need
This software is cloud-based and it is also easy to use. PropertyZar is good for both small-sized and mid-sized businesses.
Tjis software works well with Windows but I think it is not that good for Linux environment because it really disturbed me.
Eric from BIEN Company LLC
Specialty: Residential / Single-family
Employees number: 2-10 employees
It has all the bells and whistles at a fraction of the price. The owner and I had a great talk. He couldn’t find a software he was happy with just like me so he decided to build one. These guys are the real deal, if u haven’t found the right management software give them a try,
It’s a new company that’s working the bugs out but they fix everything I bring to there attentionvery quickly,
Joel from Builder Homesite Inc.
Employees number: 51-200 employees
I'm a 9unit owner (small)
I'd like it to handle soup to nuts and if the PM has set it up properly, then it will do that.
Overall, I'm in.
Fully functional. It is poised to have a complete solution for property managers, small to mid (maybe even large)
UX is full of dead end streets.
Seems like this would flow better if it followed a workflow based on functional steps in the PM process.
Additionally, the screens are outdated. ie. Save should always be present and the screens should be responsive. Best approach would be to have no save button at all.