Example: One office building on one Immovable (land plot) Example: Production complex with 4 Immovables and one large industrial building Example: Modern multi-purpose urban quarter with one Immovable and 5 Buildings on it with offices, retail rentals and restaurants
How to add a Property?
Moderan links Property name and Landlord directly to all the Buildings and Rental Contracts which are associated with it. If you leave the Owner field empty, the Landlord name will be missing from them.
Yet, you can add it and change any time later as well - the Landlord name will be automatically updated on all the linked items!
Value - add Property value for your information if you need it
Notes - keep Notes for you and your colleagues here
Editing and Deleting Properties
If you want to Edit any information related to a Property, go to Assets > Properties, find the line with the Property you want to Edit, and click on its name or on the Settings icon next to its name:
After the fields are edited, do not forget to click on SAVE:
If you want to edit other fields related to the Property card, i.e. Tenants, Leasable Area, Contracts - please, go to a corresponding Space and make necessary change to this Space. See more here.
You can see there is as well the Delete button in the drop-down of Settings. You can use it in case you accidentally added a Property, or have an empty one never used. In other cases Moderan does not allow deleting a Property that has Landplots, Buildings, Spaces attached.
A property can be deleted only if it has no assets attached.
We've added the ability to add photos of your Property, floor plan photos and even moving gifs to show several sides of a Property. It can be easily done by either clicking the Select Image files button or simply dropping images there. Multi-load is supported so you can select several at once.
File formats supported: ".bmp", ".png", ".jpg", ".jpeg", ".gif", ".tiff".
I have a Property with two Building and separate Landlords. How should I enter this Property?
In case you have a property which includes two Buildings, but each of them have a separate Landlord:
1. Create two Properties by adding them as described above.
2. While adding, state the two different Landlords for these Properties.
You may use the same name, but reflect somehow the difference.
3. Create and attach Buildings and other Assets accordingly.
Basically, you need to split as many properties as many Landlords are represented in your portfolio.