Making a Property Inactive - Then archiving

Once you have finished with a property you can archive it. You must archive the tenant first, then the property.

You cannot archive if there has been any transactions in the current month.

You need to make the property inactive first.

Note: If the tenant has vacated but has a debt against it that you are going to collect, you cannot archive the property. Just make it inactive.  If the money is being collected from a debt collector and you are only receiving money every few months, then it is worth archiving the tenant and the property and re-instating when you need to. That way you only get charged for the months that you receive money.

Making a property inactive is the trigger for a property to show on the Property Lost record and the Won and Lost report.  Archiving the property will not affect the Won and Lost report. 

  • Find the property, right-click and Edit.
  • Click on Status (half way down the left hand side)
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  • Change to Inactive - (if not already done)
  • Then click save and close.
  • This will bring up a box, click on the down arrow and pick a reason from the list.

Note: If you do not have any reasons in the box, then add new and add some

  • This is included in reports in the Statistic area called Property Won and Lost.
  • Then you can click save.
  • If transactions are all clear you can archive. (meaning no current inspections in this month, otherwise you will have to wait till the following month.
  • Go to the drop down arrow beside the edit button on the property list
  • Choose Archive property from the list
  • You will be asked if sure and click on yes
  • The property is now archived and can be found under the Archived Properties area on the left hand side menu.
  • If you get an error saying you cannot archive, then read the reasons carefully, usually, it is because there has been a transaction in the current month. This means you will have to wait till the following month to archive. 
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