RE Software - Posted by Peter

Posted by Beldorian on November 25, 2000 at 18:30:20:

I believe that the answer you will get most often is TValue.

You can purchase the SW at

I believe that this is probably the industry standard in generating Am schedules. At least, all of the CPAs I have met use it.

Yes, you can also use excel as a financial calc. Excel is very useful in analyzing deals. I don’t currently know of a piece of SW that is really excellent at the analization portion of investing. It seems that a lot of guru’s have attempted to create something, but I have not seen anything that I would recommend.

Hope this helps, and best regards.

RE Software - Posted by Peter

Posted by Peter on November 25, 2000 at 15:40:01:

Can anyone recommend software that will keep track of rentals, notes, receivables, etc?

I know you can program something in excel, but not sure on how to go about it.


Re: RE Software - Posted by JPiper

Posted by JPiper on November 26, 2000 at 14:24:18:

TValue as mentioned below is a good piece of software for amortization schedules. But for “tracking” I assume you want more than just an amortization schedule.

Tracking is best accomplished by an accounting program like QuickBooks. Notesmith is a good piece of software for handling notes…the data can then be exported to QuickBooks.