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    Hi guys,
    New landlord here (well on here I am new)
    I have a couple of investment properties and currently use excel to manage my income and rents due etc.

    Anyone able to recommend anything in the market (preferably free ;0 ) that I could use. If recommendations is against rules just private message me.
    Thanks guys

    I moved from a spread sheet to free excellent software google smart property manager and give it a try. I did and gave never looked back


      I haven't actually used any software, other than keeping a few details on excel - my properties are fully managed by agencies.

      This is a free online UK-based program, might be worth a look:


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