REALedger has everything you’d expect from comprehensive accounting software, plus many more features to make managing your real estate office easier than ever.
The Accounts Payable module enables you to perform all types of payable transactions.
These transactions are typically things like expense or overhead items such as rent, office supplies, telephone, or advertising bills. This module also provides the ability to allocate accounts payable directly to an agent.
REALedger Accounts Payable will help you:
REALedger provides affiliate reporting and data interfaces/bridges to CREST, REALology, Prudential Real Estate Affiliates, and John L. Scott affiliates.
The Agent module, together with the Sales module, make up the heart of the REALedger" system.
In this module, maintain records about each agent, including agent deductions and commission structures. Track agent earnings, charges, and 1099 data.
REALedger Agent will help you:
The Bank module provides a means of entering non-commission deposits, managing multiple cash accounts, and reconciling to your bank statements.
There are two types of transactions that will be handled in this module: Agent payments, and miscellaneous deposits such as utility deposit refunds, insurance settlement checks, and AR deposits.
The Bank module also handles all cash reporting for the other modules such as check registers, deposit registers and current cash balance reporting.
REALedger Bank module will help you:
All REALedger" modules integrate with the General Ledger to provide on-demand financial statements and management reporting.
REALedger General Ledger will help you:
The Listings module, together with the Sales module, provides complete tracking of transactions from start to finish, including a property showing schedule for your front office.
In the Listings module, enter and maintain information related to property listings: property type, status, sale price, expected commission, etc. REALedger" will convert a listing to a pending sale, eliminating repetitive entries.
REALedger Listings will help you:
MLS Import relieves the need for double entry of listings into your back office system. Supports multiple MLS and MLS Listing changes.
The Payroll module allows you to maintain employee records and process your organization’s payroll. You enter and maintain information related to employees, including earnings and deductions, and process your organization’s payroll.
REALedger Payroll will help you:
Manage your recruitment program and pay bonuses to recruiting Agents. Pay different bonuses based on experience levels. Bonuses are calculated and accrued within the General Ledger. When you decide to pay them, Accounts Payable vouchers are created for you.
Recruiting Manager also supports the Prudential Real Estate TeamBuilder Interface.
The Sales module, together with the Agent module, makes up the heart of the REALedger" system.
In the Sales module, enter and maintain information related to specific real estate sales. Manage your entire sales transaction, from entering a new listing to closing a transaction.
REALedger Sales will help you:
Create an unlimited number of checklists with due dates, and attach to Sales transactions. Track completion and attach documents for electronic storage. With WebAgent", access to the checklists, open items, and the documents is provided directly to your agents.
REALedger" provides for complete accountability of pooled Trust transactions. Deposits received, checks written and Promissory Notes can all be tracked within the Sales module.
REALedger Trust will help you:
WebAgent can be deployed on an Intranet or Internet. Utilizing the .NET Framework, in a runtime environment, WebAgent is easy to install and maintain - no specific web experience is required. WebAgent can be linked to an existing website for convenient access by your Agents.
Data is extracted from your company database with a single click or on an automated schedule.
WebAgent is included with the REALedger Agent module and supports multiple company databases, office, and agents.
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