Arrears are now visible in Coyote
Arrears for your tenants are now being shown in Coyote Managed, giving you greater unit-level detail on overdue invoices and the value of arrears.
This additional arrears data is provided at the asset level, giving you an accurate, up-to-date position on arrears, for each of your managed assets.
In the next release of Coyote, we’ll be rolling out these additional arrears features at the fund level, as well as for appraisals, countries and contacts.
Please note this feature needs to be activated in your account and is dependent on the correct data being available from the source property management system.
You asked, we listened
We’ve added more fields to Coyote Managed, to give you more choice over how you view your property data. See below for a breakdown.
We’ve made the following additions to the tenancy schedule:
- Rent review cycle
- Lease break type
- Next rent review date
You’ll see the options table now features the following fields:
- Minimum notice period
- Lease break type
In the rent review table, you’ll see we’ve added the following fields:
- Rent review type
- Time of the essence
These additional fields are available in the reporting engine with immediate effect.
If you’d like amendments to any of your existing property reports or financial reports, please contact your Client Services Manager.
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Arrears was a pretty big update, but we managed to squeeze in a few extra bug fixes.
If there’s a specific feature you’d like to see in a future version of Coyote, please get in touch with your Client Services team.
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