Total Management is a web-based property management software that caters to residential and commercial property managers and their clients. It allows individuals and organizations to manage units for rent or for lease, email work orders, as well as communicate with tenants and residents, perform accounting tasks, and more. In this article, we cover user reviews and pricing. Ready to try Total Management? Request for a demo.
What Total Management Does Well
Users who gave Total Management a positive review like that it is easy to use and allows them to perform multiple tasks, such as searching for resident or tenant information, generating reports, tracking repairs, monitoring rent payments, and more. Some also noted that it is a great tool for keeping files organized and that it streamlines access to property information.
“Total Management provides an easy to use real estate-focused accounting software. I was able to teach many of my employees how to use the software quickly and efficiently. Many functions are intuitive.”
– Tyler Fan
What Total Management Does Not Do Well
Users who gave Total Management a negative review suggested that the software should set up a hotline where clients can speak to a customer service representative personally for complicated issues, instead of just exchanging chat messages. Some also hoped it would be integrated with more software.
One user who gave Total Management a negative review on GetApp dislikes its chat-only customer service, noting that it delays solutions. She hopes that they will have phone support service so that she and her team can easily talk to the technical staff whenever there are urgent concerns.
Total Management Pricing
Total Management has two pricing plans — Residential and Commercial. The Residential plan costs $1 per unit per month, while the Commercial plan costs $2.50 per unit per month. The main differences between the plans are the availability of rent increase automation and common area maintenance (CAM) tax insurance reconciliation.
($/Unit per Month)
A minimum number of units may be applied per plan, and subscribers will be charged a one-time setup fee. You may contact their sales team for more information.
Ready to try out Total Management? Request for a demo.
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Total Management Features
Check out the list below of some of Total Management’s features:
- Training and Onboarding
- Rent Tracking
- Tenant Screening
- Online Marketing
- Data and Security
- QuickBooks Integration
- CAM and Tax Reconciliation (Pro Only)
- Comprehensive Accounting (Pro Only)
Total Management FAQ
What does Total Management’s one-time setup fees cover?
Does Total Management have maintenance features?