Posts Tagged ‘property management’

The evolution of a property manager

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Whether you’re looking forward to your career in property management, in the thick of it, or reflecting back on it, here’s what the journey to the top looks like. Good property managers somehow manage to be trust accounting geniuses, technological wizards, top communicators, gifted organisers, occasional crisis counsellors, and savvy business-people. They’ve got a black…

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Highlights from the Summer Release Webinar

Highlights from the Console Cloud Summer Release Webinar

Over the last quarter, we’ve given Console Cloud a real summer of love, with loads of new features and functionality. More than 300 of you tuned in to find out what’s been on the boil. But, in case you missed it, here are the highlights. Words, words, words. Show me the webinar! Streamlined and seamless…

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One of us: Matthew Wilson

One of us Matthew Wilson

Fast facts Job title: Business Development Manager. Time with Console: 18 months. Potato Scallop or potato cake: Scallop. Is that a real question? Last book you read: Richard Branson’s biography, Losing my Virginity. That’s the real name of the book. Sacred sports team: Sydney FC! About Matt Wilson Matt Wilson grew up in the eastern…

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Change logs for clear accountability

Console Cloud - Change logs for clear accountability

Accountability matters. That’s why we built the Change Log in Console Cloud. Historically, agency principals had a bit of a time of it trying to identify who made changes to files in their property management system. They had no precise, easy way of knowing if sensitive information had been compromised, or if someone had committed…

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Cloud software explained, in plain English

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Still foggy on what cloud computing actually means? Here’s the definitive guide to what it means to be in the cloud, and why it’s such a big deal. Cloud software is… Cloud software is any software that lives on the internet. Instead of downloading a copy of a program (as you might with say, Microsoft…

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Things to consider when setting up payments with your financial institution

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The payments landscape within Australia is changing rapidly. Non-cash payments, such as bank transfers and direct debit, now account for over 70% of all transactions. Consumers, driven by security, convenience and reliability, are making electronic payments the norm for everything from childcare and utilities to rent and streaming services. Both customers and businesses can benefit…

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Winning property management wars: proving your value to landlords

Property Managers & Landlords

It’s every property manager’s worst nightmare: losing clients to cut-price operators. You can’t match their fee structures—and you wouldn’t want to—but there’s more than one way to take them on. Competing on price is a race to the bottom. Even if you keep your clients, there’s only one way to go from there, and that’s…

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