Rental accounting and management software from TenantCloud

Product Overview

TenantCloud is an all-in-one rental accounting and management software that assists landlords. Top features include rent collection, rental accounting, vacancy listing, and property analysis reporting. This solution is cloud-based, allowing for access from any device.

TenantCloud is versatile enough to be used by landlords with a few properties or investors with hundreds of properties. And all plans offer an unlimited number of listings.


  • Maintenance requests and scheduling tools
  • Accessible online payments
  • Includes basic accounting


  • Free version is limited to 75 units
  • QuickBooks integration is a paid feature

Target Market

Landlords and property managers seeking an internet-based solution for managing rent collection and maintenance requests.

About TenantCloud

Video Overview


  • Online payment collection
  • Accounting
  • Automated late fees
  • Agreement template builder
  • Online leases
  • Roommate lease management
  • Property keys and specs management
  • Work order management
  • Equipment and service reminders
  • Data import and export
  • Insurance tracking
  • Rental application management
  • Tenant screening
  • Free listing website
  • Automatic listings
  • Email and feed notifications
  • Calendar
  • Timeline and notes
  • Reports
  • Owner portal
  • File manager
  • Customizable dashboard


Plan Price Best for
Starter $17/month Small portfolios
Growth $32/month Large portfolios
Business $55/month Property managers and owners

A Business plan is also available for property managers with large portfolios. A free 45-day trial is available.

Starting Price
$17 /month
Price Range Learn More
   $     $     $     $     $   
   $     $     $     $     $   

Product Overview

Related Products

User Reviews of TenantCloud

Submitted on July 23rd, 2019 by Jason Hull

I’ve had some clients mention TenantCloud and mention it as something to use.

I’ve been saying for a while that a free property management software will come out. There are all these software platforms that are real expensive, clunky, and cumbersome. But there are now models that everyone is comfortable and familiar with like Gmail and Facebook where you pay nothing, but companies are still making money. There is so much money in property management, and I thought this was going to happen.

The software is tackling the maintenance coordination as well. A lot of people use Appfolio, Propertyware, or Buildium. Many people may not be super concerned about the software costs initially, but they are concerned about every property they are paying for over the long-term. For professional property managers, I feel this will be a good choice.

If someone wants to use a certain platform for maintenance coordination or for tenant showing/scheduling, the goal is to have an API that allows integration eventually.

Submitted on January 20th, 2019 by Anonymous

For renters, paying online from the app or the website is easy and there is a no fee option with TC payments. You can view your rent history, what you have or have not paid.