Looking for a simple, streamlined property management software

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    Looking for a simple, streamlined property management software

    Currently we're using Sage Decorus landlord manager, which isn't appropriate for property management at all. I've used CFP in the past, and that's a laggy ***** of inconvenience. So is Sage.

    Is there any software that deals with just property management, and doesn't try to suck your soul out and burn your desktop to the ground with lag?

    I just need a software that allows me to log information over phone calls, create work orders, create sample emails and have them sent out. Preferably one which works with Sage as our accountants use this software, but we property managers/maintainers are doing the posting for them.

    there are many software (now cloud based solutions) but they have a monthly fee, and really depends on the volume of properties. If you use google you will find over 30 software solutions for the number of managed properties you have which the good ones will also allow a demo version so you test if it meets your requirements.


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