Our dashboards are your “Early Warning System”

  • Easily monitor the Month-to-Date and Year-to-Date performance your key metrics
  • Don’t wait until month-end to find out how each property performed
  • Use a standard set of metrics across properties to establish priorities
  • Motivate your team and give them the information to deliver performance


Ready to make sure you don’t miss a monthly target?

Select one of the pre-built property management dashboards or order a custom dashboard.

Pre-Built Rent Manager Dashboards

Choose from one of our pre-built dashboards. There’s a dashboard for all sizes of property management companies.

See the features, pricing for the Bronze dashboard.

See the features, pricing for the Silver dashboard.

See the features, pricing for the Gold dashboard.

Compare the features, pricing of the pre-built dashboards.

Custom-Built Dashboards

Have specific metrics and calculations in mind? We can custom build dashboards for you. Connect to Rent Manager as well as other systems!

Here’s are the steps for specifying and custom-ordering your own property management KPI dashboard.

Get ideas for metrics and visual formats for the components of your custom dashboard.

Read the FAQ about how dashboards are built and managed.

See examples of dashboards (property management, social media and others0

Do you need a dashboard to monitor metrics?

If you answer “no” to most of these questions, you probably don’t need a dashboard:

  1. Do you have financial targets for the year? (for example, Net Income, Rent Lost Due to Vacancy, Delinquent Amount etc.)
  2. Do you have any non-financial targets for the year? (for example, Average Customer Rating, Employee Development Hours, Ticket Resolution Times)
  3. Do you have team members whose performance directly impacts any of the above targets? (for example, a Service Director who impacts Ticket Resolution Times, or a Leasing Director who impacts the leasing pipeline)
  4. Do you give feedback to your team members in their performance reviews on what they are doing well and where they could do better?
  5. Do you have weekly or monthly meetings where you review business performance relative to your quarterly or annual targets?

Why Invest in a Dashboard

Imagine you are a brand new car and want to know how much gas is in the tank. You look¬† on the dashboard and don’t see a fuel gauge. You know this is not an electric vehicle, and that it does run on gas, so you bring up Google on your phone and search for the answer.

Here’s the response ….

In order to find out how much gas is left in the tank, do the following:

  1. Log in to the MyCar Portal, and navigate to the Reports menu
  2. From the Reports menu, run the report called “Gas Tank Level”
  3. Enter the report parameters, including “Date” and press the “Run” button
  4. The system will display how much gas you have left in the tank
  5. In order to find out how many miles you can go on the remaining gas, run the report called “Remaining Driving Range”

Sound ridiculous? Looking up the amount of gas in the tank is equivalent to running the “Cash on Hand” report in your business. I frequently meet with owners of real estate management companies who have to run reports like in order to give simple answers.


Is it Okay to wait until month-end to find out how you did?

While transactions are being recorded daily in your property management system, having to run reports each day can be too much. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a summary of all the key numbers easily visible?