Multi-property Spreadsheet ?

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  • mariner
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    If SWC has access to Excel or equiv OpenOffice s/w it would be best to their own bespoke one.

    I have 3 worksheets in one file.
    1 Ind rent account by property showing dates, rent due rent paid, balance
    2 Monthly expenses by property
    3 Linked composite of above for HMRC annual return

    You can also add a diary for reminders when GSC etc due and link to Word files for letters etc sent.

    For a newbie, keep it basic ans simple, modify/add as required.

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  • SouthWestCouple
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    Originally posted by Brb View Post
    I'm thinking that SouthWestCouple wants a file, not a program.

    A template ....?

    Correct !! - I obviously didnt explain myself too well.

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  • Brb
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    I'm thinking that SouthWestCouple wants a file, not a program.

    A template ....?

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  • 45002
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    Viewer

    You can always download Free Excel Viewer if your having problems opening MS version.

    http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/downl...ils.aspx?id=10

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  • jta
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    Originally posted by SouthWestCouple View Post
    Thanks - do you have a spreadsheet for openoffice?
    It's a free download, I use it in a very similar way to Eric.

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  • Ericthelobster
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    Originally posted by SouthWestCouple View Post
    Any multi-property landlords out there who would kindly share a copy of excel spreadsheet they use to manage income/expenditure etc?
    I just use a very simple worksheet with 5 columns - Date, Debits (ie expenses), Income (ie rent), Ref (ie who payment is to or from), and Re (what payment is for). Very straightforward - one worksheet per property, all in a single spreadsheet. Works for me...

    Originally posted by SouthWestCouple View Post
    do you have a spreadsheet for openoffice?
    FYI OpenOffice and Excel spreadsheets are compatible with each other (allegedly, anyway)

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  • SouthWestCouple
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    Originally posted by jta View Post
    Have a look at 'openoffice.org' it.s free and just as good as excel.
    Thanks - do you have a spreadsheet for openoffice?

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  • jta
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    Have a look at 'openoffice.org' it.s free and just as good as excel.

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  • SouthWestCouple
    started a topic Multi-property Spreadsheet ?

    Multi-property Spreadsheet ?

    Any multi-property landlords out there who would kindly share a copy of excel spreadsheet they use to manage income/expenditure etc?

    Actually need it for HMO but a spreadsheet covering multi-properties would work just as well.

    Thanks

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