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August 8, 2017

How to Enter Leases in RentStream

Posted by Jake Meador


Log into RentStream. From the RentStream dashboard, you will want to click on the "Contact" tab at the top of the page.


After you get to the Contact page, you will click the "Leases" tab on the left side of the screen.


Now that you have clicked on "Leases" you will be able to view any leases currently uploaded into RentStream, and you will be able to add any new leases that come in. Click the Upload Lease button to add a new resident into the system.


After you have clicked on "Add a New Lease" a pop up will appear where you can add the new resident's information. It is important to ONLY complete this step once an individual has 1) applied, 2) been approved, 3) moved in. We want to track current residents, not potential future residents.


Here you will fill out all of the information on your new resident.
After you begin filling out the information, you will notice that an "Add Resident" tab will appear. Once you click that button, a new pop-up will appear. It is very important to fill out every piece of information on this page; including every phone number and email address they provide you with.
Once you finish updating your first contact, make sure to continue this process until you have inputted the information of each individual living in that unit. If you look at the screenshot below, we have included John and his wife Sandy. After you are finished, click the "Submit" button.
We recommend adding this task to your Move-In Day checklist, as you will already have the new resident's information handy.

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