A powerful advanced property management software.

About Rent Manager

Rent Manager is award-winning property management software built for residential, commercial, and short-term-stay portfolios of any size. The program’s fully customizable features include a double-entry accounting system, maintenance management/scheduling, marketing integration, mobile applications, more than 450 insightful reports, and an API that integrates with the best PropTech providers on the market.

Powerful enough to support large portfolios, yet flexible enough to be customized to each individual unit, Rent Manager is for companies—global enterprises and mom-and-pops—that manage all varieties of properties.

Users can access their data anywhere—in the field, on an emergency maintenance call, in the office, or at home. Rent Manager offers flexible platform options like Rent Manager Online and Rent Manager Express, as well as mobile tools like rmAppSuite Pro and rmResident. Accept payments, complete inspections, run reports, communicate with tenants, and so much more.

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Rent Manager Features

Rent Manager is a fully integrated property management, accounting, CRM, marketing, reporting, and facility-maintenance software suite that enables users to manage all types of properties.

Users can completely customize the platform and reconfigure multiple aspects; including how reports and documents are generated, the appearance of the interface, and which information is displayed on a user-by-user basis.

The double-entry accounting system allows users to track every aspect of their business’ finances—whether they manage a single community or hundreds of properties.

Rent Manager helps reduce time spent on routine tasks by streamlining daily activities, letting users invest more time in growing their business. Using the rmAppSuite Pro mobile app, property managers can access their data in the field to conduct inspections, communicate with tenants, track violations, read meters, and more, directly from their smartphone.

Rent Manager also provides more than 450 built-in reports designed to help users answer important questions about their operations—from the financial status of their portfolio to services issues, vacancies, rent roll, leasing, and more.

Rent Manager Target Market

Rent Manager is a solution for companies that manage a multitude of multifamily, single-family, short-term-stay, and commercial properties. They work with customers who own/manage anywhere from 100-50,000+ units.

Pricing Details

  • Basic: $1.00 per unit per month ($200 monthly minimum)
  • Plus: $1.50 per unit per month ($300 monthly minimum)
  • Premium: $2.25 per unit per month ($450 monthly minimum)

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User Reviews of Rent Manager

Submitted on May 12th, 2023 by Caroline Mankins

Rent Manager is different from the competition because of how accessible and continually innovative they are in the property management world. Whatever your niche is, Rent Manager is growing to be a better software for you.

Submitted on May 12th, 2023 by David Aschheim

Throughout the course of the month, Rent Manager allows us to get our bookkeeping done in a quarter of the time it used to take… With that extra time, we can focus on building the business. The last thing I want to do was spend more time with bills.

Submitted on May 12th, 2023 by Amber Rudie

Rent Manager is the first software that solves my problems… the continuous additional features are an integral part of my day-to-day work experience.

Submitted on August 12th, 2015 by Anonymous

Horrible. This might have been cutting edge in 1995, but it is outdated and archaic. Find something else, spend the real dollars, you will save money in the long run.

The Good…

There are no “pleasant surprises” as recommended by this website. This software is hideous. I came from YARDI, then AMSI. That alone was a harsh enough transition. This software makes AMSI look good. This software moves people in and out automatically; you still have to “batch operations” post rent, works orders are a 12 click process, searching for a new move in by unit is impossible unless you have hit “from unit” in the address section… but since the software moves them in automatically, you can’t find them… it has zero marketing reporting - meaning you can’t track call to appointment conversion, appointment to lease conversion, etc. The financial reporting appears as if a 4th grader completed the accounting - which is quite embarrassing.

The Bad…


Submitted on December 16th, 2012 by Paul Madd

We deal specifically with commercial real estate. We love Rent Manager. Our property managers swear by it, our accounting department swears by it. I’m in the marketing department and I swear by it.

It’s a great marketing tool with their marketing web suite, and the ability to go through vacancies and see what properties we have to push is great. I love it.

Their support is very responsive. They get in touch via email and phone quickly and fix our problems. I recommend switching to Rent Manager. It’s user-friendly and the UI is great.

Submitted on December 13th, 2012 by Mike Hendrickson

I kept hearing about how great Rent Manager was and I wasn’t sure if they were exaggerating or not. I showed up to their conference and found out they were not. It has been amazing to talk to people and learn about the system and what it can do. We can hear from people who are already doing things we’ve been thinking of doing. They are interested in what their customers are doing.

We think it’s a total office system. We’ve slowly tried to do more and more with it. We feel we’re heavy users but then we show up to the conference and see people doing even more and more.

It’s a total system. You are not buying something that will only handle a piece of what you do. They are making improvements and hearing what they are working on means we’ll be able to do even more such as added mobile tools.