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Tenant and Rent Management Template (Excel XLSX)

File Type: Excel template (XLSX)

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This template was crafted by a Financial Modeler, Accountant, & Consultant with over 10+ years of experience in developing Real Estate Underwriting tools. He has served 750+ clients, from small family offices to billion-dollar corporations.
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BENEFITS OF DOCUMENT

  1. Streamline your tenant management with a simple database.
  2. Create monthly tenant reports with dynamic formulas.
  3. A simple property management template.

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This product (Tenant and Rent Management Template) is an Excel template (XLSX), which you can download immediately upon purchase.

What we have here is a nice tool for anyone who is trying to get more organized with their tenant management. This is a simple database that has the structure and reporting formulas built in so owners can get a nice monthly report about their tenants and monthly rent. I've structured the column headers so each row represents a given unit, identifying information can be filled in, and then there is a printable report tab that displays the current state of things such as monthly rent (collected vs due), total past due tenant count and total amount, current vacancy rate, and more key metrics.

As the user updates the database, all the data on the reports tab will automatically update. The default unit count this will work for is 2,000, but if you drag the one formula down that is on the database tab, you can use it for up to 25,000 units with no issue.

You only need to load in the initial unit data one time and then simply update the rows as rents change, tenants move in / out, if there is a pet or not, maintenance requests, and you can even keep track of tenant disputes and their status.

If you want to have historical records of the results of each monthly report, simply duplicate the report tab for each new month and then for the old reports, copy and paste values only to lock the previous month's data in place and then use the duplicated report tab for the new month. Make sure to always leave a blank report tab in the workbook so that you can always go back to that to create new report tabs that have all the formulas in it.

Keeping tenant information up-to-date and organized offers several benefits, particularly for property managers, landlords, and real estate professionals. Here are three key advantages:

Efficient Property Management and Enhanced Communication:

Streamlined Processes: When you have organized and updated tenant information, it's easier to streamline processes such as rent collection, maintenance requests, and lease renewals. With accurate contact information, communication delays are minimized.

Timely Responses: If there's an emergency or a situation that requires immediate attention, having current contact details means you can reach out to tenants without unnecessary delays.

Trust Building: When tenants see that their landlord or property manager is organized and communicates effectively, it can foster a sense of trust and professionalism.

Compliance with Legal and Regulatory Requirements:

Legal Protection: Keeping accurate records can protect landlords in legal disputes. For example, updated lease agreements can clarify terms, conditions, and responsibilities, which can be crucial if disagreements arise.

Regulatory Compliance: Certain jurisdictions require landlords to maintain updated tenant records for specific purposes, such as safety inspections or tax reporting. An organized system helps ensure compliance with such regulations, minimizing the risk of penalties.

Data Privacy: With the growing emphasis on data protection and privacy laws globally, having an organized system helps in ensuring that tenant information is kept securely and used appropriately.

Improved Financial Management and Planning:

Accurate Revenue Forecasting: With up-to-date lease terms and rental rates, landlords can accurately project their income, helping them manage their finances better.

Optimizing Occupancy Rates: By keeping track of lease expiration dates and tenant intentions (e.g., plans to renew or move out), landlords can proactively manage vacancies, reducing potential income loss.

Budgeting and Maintenance Planning: When you have updated information about each property and its occupants, it's easier to budget for repairs, renovations, or other property-related expenses.

NOTE: There is a Google sheet version included and on that there are dynamic arrays to show key tenant information on separate tabs.

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Source: Best Practices in Real Estate Excel: Tenant and Rent Management Template Excel (XLSX) Spreadsheet, Jason Varner | SmartHelping


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Author: Jason Varner | SmartHelping
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I graduated in 2011 with a Bachelors degree in Accounting. From there, I worked at a few small businesses doing financial reporting and some bookkeeping. After a few years of that, I started doing freelance financial consulting work on Elance and Upwork.

After over 400 jobs completed with a 100% success rate, I now run my own modeling/consulting practice and continue to build new financial models every few weeks. [read more]

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