Quick and easy version of the Property Analyzer

fabcreates

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Please can you consider having a version of the Property Analyzer that has no required fields so that it can be used for really quick and dirty analyses (first pass filter) of properties/Fiona
 

ArnelAliwalas

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After you get used to using REMA it shouldn`t take you longer than 15 minutes to enter a completely new property to analyze instead of re-opening a `template`. This is a better way to do quick anaylsis because if you decide to buy the property and transfer it to your portfolio your `template` has now become one of your properties in your portfolio and is moved out of Analyzer.

If you know you won`t be transferring it to your portfolio and you still want to create a `template`: select a new property and give it a nickname of "3 Bed 1.5 Bath", fill in all of the required fields and when you have a similar property to do a quick analysis, re-open that property and change all of the specific details.


QUOTE (fabcreates @ Oct 22 2007, 12:31 PM) Please can you consider having a version of the Property Analyzer that has no required fields so that it can be used for really quick and dirty analyses (first pass filter) of properties/Fiona
 

GarthChapman

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We have added the ‘Copy an Analyzed Property’ to the Analyzer. Just click on the Analyzer button and choose ‘Copy Property’. That should speed things up for everyone!
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