Hotly Anticipated Property Management Tool Property Store Launches

Advanced property management and CRM tool Property Store has officially launched, with its impressive suite of features available to subscribers immediately. 

The hotly anticipated SaaS solution aims to make property management simple, offering users a holistic view of their property portfolios, by bringing all the data around sourcing and managing multiple locations into one, singular system. 

Jake Barlow, Founder of Property Store said: “We’re so excited to finally launch Property Store and see what a difference this tool can make to property professionals. As a buy-to-let investor myself, I was frequently overwhelmed by the sheer amount of information that has to be managed just for a single property. My reality was a huge number of spreadsheets, tabs and documents that were all in use simultaneously, and not only does that get confusing, it makes it really easy to lose or misplace important information just when it’s needed the most.”

“Property Store will help give back time to busy property professionals, whilst helping them to be as efficient and cost-effective as possible. Ultimately, Property Store has been created for landlords, by landlords.” 

As well as keeping track of a landlord’s existing and potential portfolio through lettings management and deal sourcing capabilities, Property Store also includes a range of additional unique tools. An advanced scheduling system for viewings, in-built automated communication methods for dealing with tenants and even dedicated networking forums to help build up contacts within the industry, are all part of the solution. 

Typically, the property management systems already available either deal with just the front or back end of management. Property Store aims to be a universal solution, and one that works with professionals from deal sourcing right through to tenancy management. Looking after lettings has never been easier, and Property Store is available for professionals with properties anywhere in the UK.