Online Rental Property Manager (ORPM) — Free, open source.

Online Rental Property Manager (ORPM)

Online rental property manager (ORPM) allows you to manage your rental properties, units, applications, leases and tenants. Add all details related to the tenants, i.e. references, rental history, employment history and income overview. ORPM was created using AppGini. So you can easily customize it to add/remove details or any extra functionality to fit your own requirements. ORPM is a responsive web-based application that you can access from your PC, tablet, mobile or any other device.

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Features

  • Manage applicants and tenants.
  • Add, search and manage applications and leases.
  • Manage landlords, properties, and units.

This application was created using AppGini, and therefore it shares the features of any AppGini application as well, including:

  • Responsive Bootstrap apps that work beautifully on any device.
  • Support for multiple users and user groups, with easy-to-configure per-table permissions.
  • Quick and advanced search.
  • Export your data to CSV to work on them in Excel or other spreadsheets.
  • Import already-existing data from CSV files through a powerful import wizard.

Disclaimer: AppGini itself is not an open source application, but applications generated by AppGini can be distributed as open source with any license of choice.

Installation

This is a PHP/MySQL web application that you run from a browser. You can install it either locally on your own PC, or to a web/intranet server.

1. Installing to a PC

System requirements

This application can be installed on Windows, Linux and MacOS. Before installing, you should have the following software set up and running:

  • A webserver (Apache, IIS, nginx, ... etc)
  • PHP 5.2 or higher.
  • MySQL 3.x and above; or MariaDB 5.1 and above.

If you don't have the above software installed, we recommend installing Xampp latest version.

Installation steps

  1. Download the latest release as a zip file from the download link at the top of this document.

  2. Extract the contents of the zip file into a folder inside your document root. (more info about how to find your 'document root').

  3. In your web browser, go to: http://localhost/app-folder/ (change app-folder above to the name of the folder inside your document root where you extracted the zip in step 2).

  4. You should now see the setup wizard in your browser. Just follow the steps!

2. Installing to a web/intranet server

System requirements

This application can be installed on both Windows and Linux servers. Before installing, make sure your server has the following software:

  • PHP 5.2 or higher
  • MySQL 3.x and above; or MariaDB 5.1 and above.

Make sure your has access to a MySQL/MariaDB database. You might need to set up one in your server control panel. Please refer to your server documentation or the technical support staff for help on this if necessary.

If your server has cPanel installed, here is a screencast explaining how to install your application using cPanel.

Installation steps

  1. Download the latest release as a zip file from the download link at the top of this document.

  2. Extract the contents of the zip file and upload them to a folder inside your server document root. (more info about how to find your 'document root').

  3. In your web browser, visit http://server.com/app-folder/ (change server.com above to the actual domain name or IP address of your server, and change app-folder to the name of the folder inside your document root where you uploaded the files in step 2).

  4. You should now see the setup wizard in your browser. Just follow the steps!

Customization

Since this application was created using AppGini, you can easily customize it by opening the included AXP project file in AppGini. Examples of possible customization you can do from there include:

You can also perform more advanced customization, like adding reports, changing validation rules, adding business logic, ... etc. through hooks. Please refer to the hooks documentation for more details.

Contributions to this project are always welcome :)