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Frequently asked questions
about Legacy Landlord Vision

If you'd prefer to ask us a question, please get in touch with our UK based support team. In the mean time here are some frequently asked questions about Landlord Vision...

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About Landlord Vision

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Legal and Tax Module

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Making Tax Digital

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Security and Data Storage

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Using Landlord Vision

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Portfolio and Property Management

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Tenant Management

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Migrating Data From Other Sources

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Collecting Rents Via Direct Debit

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General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Compliance

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Bank Feeds

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Refer a Friend Scheme

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Using Landlord Vision for HMO Management

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Using Landlord Vision for Student Lets

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Is Landlord Vision for me?

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The New Version of Landlord Vision

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The Landlord Vision Accounting Partner Programme

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The Landlord Vision Letting Agent Programme

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About Landlord Vision

About Landlord Vision

Yes. As it is an online solution it can be used by any device that allows access to the web, via a web browser. This includes PCs, MACs, tablets and smartphones.
- Latest version of Mozilla Firefox, or
- Latest version of Google Chrome, or
- Latest version of Microsoft Edge, or
- Latest version of Safari, or
- Latest version of Opera
- JavaScript enabled
- Browser cookies allowed
- Screen resolution: 1024 x 768 or higher
- Internet connection
Landlord Vision is MTD ready. You can use the integration if you meet the current HMRC criteria. As HMRC adds support for tax payers with income from other sources, more landlords will be able to sign up for Making Tax Digital and submit data to HMRC through Landlord Vision. Please see our MTD FAQs for more information.
No, Landlord Vision is a solution to help landlords better manage their own property business. While you can track rents, expenses, expiry dates and tasks, Landlord Vision does not generate a landlord statement. If you need a solution for letting agents please visit our sister website www.propertyportfoliosoftware.co.uk.
No. This is because Landlord Vision has its own integrated accounting engine that has been designed by accounting experts.
There is no restriction to the number of tenancies as there is a plan to suit all portfolio sizes.

With the subscription plans, you pay a base fee for the first tenancy and a smaller fee for each additional tenancy.
At Landlord Vision we have three plans, Quick Start, Essentials and Plus. These can be broken down like this:

Quick Start. Income and expense tracking, producing a tax report
Essentials. The Quick Start features, plus mortgage tracking, document management, early warnings and a calendar showing when everything is due
Plus. All of the features including email notifications, legal documents, e-signatures, tenant access and more.

Please note that the Free Trial is equivalent to the Plus plan with 50 tenancies.

Choose the plan that meets your needs, then select the number of tenancies you need to manage and continue to the sign up page. You can raise or lower your tenancy limit and change plan at any time.

While any Expired tenancies will remain on your system for your records we do not charge your subscription for expired tenancies.
Only commercial properties where the landlord has not opted to tax can be entered into Landlord Vision as there is no provision for VAT.
If you would like to change the bank account that your Landlord Vision subscription is collected from each month, please contact our Direct Debit partner, GoCardless, on 020 8338 9540. They will be able to update the details without cancelling the Direct Debit.
Yes. You can get started on a lower plan and upgrade at a later date if needed. Equally, if you find you no longer need so many features, you can downgrade at any time as well. Landlord Vision's flexible monthly plans allow you to upgrade and downgrade both your plans and tenancy limits at any time.
Legal and Tax Module

Legal and Tax Module

This module consists of a number of legal documents that are provided by our legal partner NetLawman.co.uk. These documents include:

- Tenancy Agreement (England and Wales)
- Tenancy Agreement (Scotland)
- Inventory Management Checklist
- Tenant Deposit Receipt
- Tenancy Deposit Protection Form
- Rent Demand Letter
- Routine Visit Letter
- Bank Standing Order Mandate
- Reference Requirements
- Section 21 Notice (England)
- Section 21 Notice (Wales)
- Section 8 Notice (England)
- Section 8 Notice (Wales)
- Notice to Leave (Scotland)
- Rent Increase Letter
- Section 13 Notice
- Rent Guarantee
- Private Residential Tenancy Statutory Terms (Scotland)

It also includes a tax report, which uses HMRC guidelines to print a detailed report of all your property related income and expenditure to help you complete the annual SA105 UK Property tax form.
Making Tax Digital

Making Tax Digital

Making Tax Digital is a key part of the government's plans to make it easier for individuals and businesses to get their tax right and keep on top of their affairs. Some businesses are already keeping digital records and providing updates to HMRC as part of a live pilot to test and develop the Making Tax Digital service for Income Tax. You can voluntarily send Income Tax updates to HMRC instead of filing a Self Assessment tax return. Click here to learn more.
The following HMRC restrictions apply:

You can sign up for Making Tax Digital for Income Tax if all of the following is true:

•  You are a UK resident
•  You are registered for Self Assessment and your returns and payments are up to date
•  You are a landlord who rents out UK property or a landlord and a sole trader with income from one business only *

You cannot sign up if you need to report:

•  Income from any other sources
•  Any taxable payments you make or that you claim tax relief on
•  COVID-19 support grants (affects 2020/21 tax year only)

As HMRC adds support for tax payers with income from other sources more landlords will be able to sign up for Making Tax Digital and submit data to HMRC through Landlord Vision.

For more information, please visit the following Making Tax Digital for Income Tax page on HMRC’s website.

* Landlords with income from self-employment will need to find a separate piece of software that is compatible with Making Tax Digital for Income Tax to submit updates for self-employment to HMRC.
Yes! Landlord Vision is MTD ready. You can use the integration if you meet the current HMRC criteria. As HMRC adds support for tax payers with income from other sources, more landlords will be able to sign up for Making Tax Digital and submit data to HMRC through Landlord Vision.
Please visit our MTD FAQ page to find more answers or ask an MTD question.
Security and Data Storage

Security and Data Storage

There are three automatically executed and rotated backup slots - a daily backup, a weekly backup (2-7 day old backup) and another weekly backup (8-14 day old backup).

We have an off-site backup solution too. The off-site backup runs daily and each backup copy is kept for 90 days before being deleted.
Other than the rights and interests expressly set forth in Landlord Vision's Terms & Conditions, you own your data and retain all rights, title, and interest in the data you store with Landlord Vision.
Using Landlord Vision

Using Landlord Vision

Landlord Vision comes with free support including:

• Access to on-line help files
• Access to on-line video demos/tutorials
• Inbuilt support desk ticketing system
• Telephone support
Yes, absolutely! A letting agent only manages certain aspects of your portfolio. Don’t forget, as a landlord you need to submit complete property accounts to HMRC at the end of the year. Here are just a few things your letting agent would not be doing for you but that Landlord Vision can:

a) Recording all of your property related expenses
b) Keeping a track of any finance i.e. mortgage/loan repayments
c) Keeping a record of all your property related documents
d) providing accurate cashflow, profit and loss and tax payment estimates
Yes. You can have up to three concurrent users on the Essentials plan and there is no restriction on the number of users in the Plus plan. Anyone accessing the software needs their own login email address.
There are no additional users on the Quick Start plan.
Portfolio and Property Management

Portfolio and Property Management

From the main menu on your Landlord vision screen click on 'Portfolios', a list of portfolios is then displayed.

Then move the mouse over the name of the portfolio you want to change, a grey icon will appear to the left of the portfolio name. If you click on this you will be able 'View/Edit Portfolio'.

Then click on the 'Edit Portfolio' button and you will be able to change the portfolio name or any other details of the portfolio.
You can manage overseas properties and even set up a portfolio with the correct currency, however Landlord Vision does not support the tax requirements if you are not paying tax in the UK.
It is not possible to move properties from one portfolio to another, as each portfolio is treated as a separate entity. For example, when a portfolio is created, the underlying financial accounts, like the chart of accounts, bank accounts etc., could be different across portfolios and this would make the task impossible.

If you wish to move a property from one portfolio to another, this needs to be done manually by deleting it from the existing portfolio and re-creating in the new portfolio.
Click on ‘Contacts’ from the main menu of your Landlord Vision screen. This will display a list of contacts catrgorised under different tabs. To add a new contact just press the 'Add contact' button and complete the two compulsory fields (‘Contact Name’ and ‘E-mail Addresses’). You can enter as much of the other fields as you wish and click on ‘Save’.
From the list of icons on the left hand side of your Landlord vision screen, click on the ‘Property Manager’ icon and then ‘Add Property’.

In this screen you can enter details in respect of ‘Property Type’; ‘Furnishing’; ‘Construction Date’; ‘Target Rent’; ‘Payment Term’; ‘Parking Spaces’; ’Garage’; ‘Smoke Alarms’; ‘House Alarm’.

Once the information has been entered please click on ‘Save’.
If you need to delete a single portfolio in its entirety, you need to go to the last stage in entering data and work backwards. For example, if your portfolio contains properties, tenancies, invoices and payments, you first need to delete the payments, then the invoices, then the tenancies, then the properties and finally the portfolio itself. This process also applies to expense invoices and payments.

If you wish to delete all of the portfolios in your database, please raise a ticket with the Landlord Vision Helpdesk and our team will do it for you.
If your properties are held in a Ltd company, to show this in Landlord Vision please set up your portfolio by setting the 'Ownership Type' to 'Company Owned'. Please note that the Income Tax report is not available for company owned portfolios. Instead you should provide your accountant with the Profit & Loss and Balance Sheet reports.
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Tenant Management

Tenant Management

From the list of icons on the left hand side, click on the ‘Tenant Manager’ icon and the second tab is ‘Tenancies’ where you click on ‘Create Tenancy’.

Enter the relevant information into ‘Primary Tenant’.

If you have more than one tenant i.e. husband and wife then enter one of them into ‘Secondary Tenants’.

Assign them a property in ‘Property Details’ where you can also assign a room if the property is an HMO.

The second screen is the ‘Tenancy Details’ screen and you are able to enter information as to the ‘Start Date’; ‘Expiry Date’; ‘First Rent Due Date’; ‘Payment Term’; ‘Rent’ and ‘Deposit’.

All these fields, except ‘Deposit’, are compulsory fields which need to be completed to create the tenancy.

There is an option to place a tick in the ‘LHA Tenancy’, ‘Rolling Tenancy’ and ‘Early Warning’ fields.

Place a tick in the ‘LHA Tenancy’ and several fields are revealed. If you haven’t any Local Authorities’ details in your contacts you will need to add their details using the shortcut icon at the side of the arrow.

Otherwise if your Local Authority details are already in your contacts, click on the down arrow and select the correct one.

Select the ‘LHA Authority Payment Term’, ‘LHA Authority Rent Amount’, ‘Tenant Payment Term’, ‘Tenant Rent Amount’ and click on ‘Save’.
Even if your tenancies have been on-going for a number of years, you can still enter them into Landlord Vision => Tenant Manager, either manually or by importing csv files. For importing data, simply download our template files, copy the data from your spreadsheets into the template and then import this file. You can also set an opening balance so that you can carry forward the balance at a given date without having to enter all of the old data.
Migrating Data From Other Sources

Migrating Data From Other Sources

Landlord Vision allows you to import properties and tenancies using csv files. You can simply download our template files and then copy the data from your spreadsheets into the template and then import this file.

This will import your properties and tenancies into Landlord Vision.
Yes, we can only import the number of tenancies that your plan allows. The Free Trial will allow you to import up to 50 tenancies. If you have started a subscription, you will only be allowed to import up to the tenancy limit you have set for your account.
Collecting Rents Via Direct Debit

Collecting Rents Via Direct Debit

Rent payments will be collected automatically so you never have to worry about missing an invoice. Also you can manage the Direct Debit mandate from within Landlord Vision. Further, if a rent is not collected, the DD system will email you to let you know. You can then retry the payment from the payment schedule.
Payments are also recorded in the software so it becomes a doddle to reconcile them as well.
Your tenants’ Direct Debits are collected by GoCardless, one of Europe’s leading Direct Debit providers based in London. They are an Authorised Payment Institution regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and a Bacs-approved bureau.
Funds that have been collected for you are paid directly into your UK bank account. The amount transferred will be the total amount collected minus the fees, and will be paid into your account two working days from when a payment was collected.
For each rent collected, the following fees are deducted:

Landlord Vision Fee: 0.75% of transaction amount (capped at £2.00) + VAT
GoCardless Fee: 1.00% of transaction amount (capped at £4.00) + VAT

This means that the maximum amount that will be charged for a direct debit collection of less that £2000 will be £7.20.

Further to that, transactions of £2,000 or more will have an additional 0.30% fee applied to the portion of the transaction above £2,000 + VAT. There is no cap on this extra charge.
Yes, you will be notified via email from GoCardless.
When you enabled the Direct Debit facility in Landlord Vision, a GoCardless account was created for you. Simply log into your GoCardless account to edit or amend your details.
At present only UK Direct Debit-enabled bank accounts.
Setting up a Direct Debit for your tenant is done from within Landlord Vision. Please see our video tutorial on setting up Direct Debits.
No. Due to strict rules around Direct Debit, only the account holder (in this case your tenant) can set up the Direct Debit Instruction.
On your tenant’s bank statement your name will show as the reference and GoCardless as the recipient.
When completing their Direct Debit authorisation form, your tenants will create a GoCardless account. Once created, they can log in to view their dashboard, including details of all their transactions, at any time.
When completing their Direct Debit authorisation form, your tenant will create a GoCardless account. Once created, they can then log in to their GoCardless account to update or amend their details.
When the Direct Debit mandate is created it will take four working days for the first payment to be submitted to BACS. Subsequent recurring payments will be submitted to BACS on each rent due date. If the rent due date falls on a weekend or bank holiday, the payment will be submitted to BACS on the last working day prior to the rent due date.
If the rent amount changes, either use the Change Rent tool, or click Add Another Payment Rule in Edit Tenancy and set a new rent amount from the date the rent changes and the mandate will update. Mandates must be changed at least three working days before the payment is due.
Please see our video tutorial on how to cancel a Direct Debit.
GoCardless will send you an email notifying you of the cancellation.
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Compliance

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Compliance

Yes, Landlord Vision is GDPR compliant in accordance with GDPR Principle 2 as our users' data is transmitted encrypted to a secure server held in the UK. Our website and policies were updated on the 25th May 2018.
Below is a useful resource for landlords to help them prepare for the new data protection standards:

How to Comply with GDPR – A landlord Guide
Bank Feeds

Bank Feeds

Yes, though currently not for all banks. We do have all of the major banks and many challenger banks.
You can find a complete list of supported banks in this blog post.
At this time we are unable to link to Metro Bank as they do not provide a feed in the same way that other banks do.
A live bank feed allows you to automatically feed your payments directly into Landlord Vision from your bank account in near real time without having to manually import them or use a printed statement. You can then reconcile these against the invoices, expenses and payment schedule items already in Landlord Vision to quickly record the payments.
Use the Get Bank Feeds button in Account Manager > Bank Account and follow the instructions. Make sure that you set a date to import the transactions from so that it pulls in any historical data. Please note that some banks only allow you to download the last 90 days of payments.
Yes, you can manually import bank statements. Please see the following Knowledge base article for more details:

https://landlordvision.userecho.com/topics/112-importing-a-bank-statement/
Feeds are only active for 90 days. At this time the transactions will stop feeding in and a red icon will appear on the Bank Accounts page. Simply stop the feed and reconnect it in the same way as you did the first time.
Refer a Friend Scheme

Refer a Friend Scheme

If you'd like to refer a friend all you have to do is log into the software and go to: account > Get Landlord Vision for free. There are plenty of instructions on this page to help you get started.

On this page you'll also find your unique referral URL. Send this URL to as many people as you like and when they sign up to a paid subscription you'll get rewarded with three month's free use of Landlord Vision.
Of course, the more the merrier. Your 3 month free period is stackable, so if, for example, you make 4 successful referrals, you wouldn't have to pay for Landlord Vision for over a year!
Log into your Landlord Vision account and navigate to 'Account > Get Landlord Vision for Free. On this page you will see the status of any referrals you've made.

If you don't see any referrals on this page it may be that the friend you gave the link to hasn't yet used your link.

If a referral is pending it is likely that the friend you referred has taken a free trial.
Using Landlord Vision for HMO Management

Using Landlord Vision for HMO Management

There is no restriction to the number of tenancies as there are plans to suit all portfolio sizes.

For HMO management, you will pay a base fee for the first tenancy you manage and a smaller fee for the rest of your tenancies.

If your rooms are let out individually with different start and end dates, these will be counted as separate tenancies and will be charged as such. If all of your tenants move in and move out on the same day (e.g. a student let), you can group these into a single tenancy and it will count as one active tenancy.

So, for instance, if you have five tenants in your HMO that let individual rooms with different start and end dates, you will require five tenancies in your plan.
No, with Landlord Vision you will get free support from our UK-based support team. As well as telephone and ticketing support from the team, there are loads of free written and video tutorials that you can access on demand. There are in-built tutorials in the software to introduce you to key areas quickly. You’ll also receive emails after signing up guiding you to all the help content you might need and you can sign up for a weekly demo to get your questions answered by one of our support experts.
In Landlord Vision you can set up as many portfolios as you want. Within a portfolio, you can group different properties. You can control ownership share and produce reports based on an entire portfolio, so you can group properties if you want to see them together in a specific report. Or if you have groups of properties that have multiple owners you can group them by owner.
There is no limit to the number of properties you can add to the software or the number of properties you can add to a portfolio so it’s easy for you to group your properties as you see fit.
Using Landlord Vision for Student Lets

Using Landlord Vision for Student Lets

Choose the price plan that best suits your needs. At Landlord Vision our plans are based on the number of active tenancies across your portfolios as well as a choice of some extra features.

While any Expired tenancies will remain on your system for your records we would not count these towards your chosen plan.

If you want a very simple solution for basic tracking, the Quick Start plan will suit your needs.

When you want something a bit more comprehensive with more features take a look at the Essentials plan.

If you’re self-managing or have a large portfolio then the fully featured plus plan is going to provide the best level of support.

If you’re not sure which plan to choose you could take part in one of our weekly demos to explore the features further and chat with an expert. If a demo isn’t your thing, take a free trial and discover which features will be most useful to you before selecting your plan.
Landlord Vision allows you to import properties and tenancies using csv files. You can simply download our template files and then copy the data from your spreadsheets into the template and then import this file. Please note that we can only import the number of tenancies that your plan allows.
If there is a single tenancy agreement for the property, signed by all tenants then this is classed as 1 tenancy. If the 4 tenants each have their own tenancy agreement, then it will be seen as 4 tenancies instead.
Yes, if you have your own tenancy agreements you can upload these via the Mail Merge area and populate them with the tags provided
Is Landlord Vision for me?

Is Landlord Vision for me?

Landlord Vision doesn’t integrate with any third-party accounting software packages. This is because Landlord Vision is an accounting software package. Just like Xero and Quick Books Landlord Vision is a powerful accounting engine so you don’t need to purchase additional software. The benefit of using Landlord Vision instead of an accounting package like Xero is that Landlord Vision was built specifically for managing property. So as well as all the powerful financial features you need from an accounting engine, you can manage your properties, tenants, maintenance tasks etc. as well.
No. Here's what you can expect to pay:

The pricing that's on our pricing page plus VAT. Use the slider to select the number of tenancies you want to manage and the pricing will change dynamically. If there is a discount at the moment, this will clearly be displayed on the page. The price after the discount ends is also displayed.

Once you're in the software, you'll have access to all the features you paid for on your plan.

If you want to collect your rent by direct debit or if you want to use e-signatures, there are small costs for these. This is because they are provided by third parties who charge for the services. These are clearly laid out in the software.

There is no minimum term so you can cancel whenever you like.

If you decide you want more or less features you can upgrade or downgrade at any time. If you want to add on more tenancies or reduce your tenancies you can do this too.
Naturally we'd say yes, but it depends on your needs and what you want to get out of Landlord Vision.

If you are a small landlord with just a few properties, you might find that the Quick Start plan has everything you need. It's simple, has just a few important features, cost-effective and a great stepping stone from spreadsheets.

If you have a lot of properties and you're finding it difficult to maintain a spreadsheet system then Landlord Vision will absolutely be better than your current system. It will save you time, hassle and money. You might benefit from an Essentials or Plus plan which will get all your information in one place, help you manage finances, tenants, and suppliers and give you a suite of legal documents and reports. All things your spreadsheets don't do.
We've built the software to be intuitive, a lot of customers tell us that they find Landlord Vision easy to use and that they're able to find their way around just fine, but we have also had people tell us that they've struggled to get started.

We constantly update the software in line with customer feedback, so we're always honing it and making it more user-friendly.

Landlord Vision has a lot of features, so there can be a bit of a learning curve involved with getting started. For this reason we offer free and unlimited support. So you can call us, raise a ticket, email us, get us on social media at any time you need our help. We also have lots of simple tutorials to help you get up and running.

We tell our new customers to just start with the basics - adding properties and tenancies and then working their way out from there. Once you have a bit of data in the system you'll quickly start to benefit from the deeper insights you get from the reporting suite and the faster and easier way to store information and monitor rents etc.
The New Version of Landlord Vision

The New Version of Landlord Vision

The new version of Landlord Vision is just that – a new version. It is an entirely new software solution, not a new upgrade for the existing software.

What are the Benefits of the New Version?
The benefits of the new version of Landlord Vision are that it has been re-imagined to make it more modern, more user friendly and easier to use across devices.

It has been built using a different framework so that it is using the latest technologies and the features have been streamlined following continuous user feedback. Everyone at Landlord Vision along with our customers are incredibly excited by this new version.

Does New Landlord Vision Have More Features Than the Legacy Version?
Not quite - Yet!

Don’t forget the legacy version has been around for over 10 years. Although we are not there yet with a functional match, we have developed the features that we know our customers most use/want and improved them for a greater user experience.

Rest assured that exciting new and improved existing features are going to be added rapidly in the coming weeks.
You have two options:

Wait for the migration tool
You can wait until we release our data migration tool. In the coming weeks we will build a migration tool that will help existing customers transfer as much of their data across as possible (please see more about this below).

Start Using new Landlord Vision Right Away
If you don’t want to wait for migration and you’d rather start using the new version when it launches you are more than welcome to do that, but if you want to move over and start using the new version you will have to move your data over manually until the migration tool is put in place.

Tell me more about the data migration tool
Unfortunately, it is not going to be possible to migrate all the data across from legacy Landlord Vision. This is because as part of the redesign, underlying data structures and processes have changed in order to improve the features and make new Landlord Vision better and easier to use. For example it will be possible to migrate contacts, properties, tenants and documents, but it will not be possible to migrate financial data.

Therefore, a suitable solution for existing users could be to start using new Landlord Vision from a new financial year, thus retaining their historical data on the legacy version.
Yes. If you want to continue managing your property portfolio using the new version while keeping access to your historical data on legacy Landlord Vision, please contact us and we will do the following:

1) Cancel the billing for your legacy Landlord Vision subscription.
2) Switch your legacy Landlord Vision subscription to Legacy mode.

In Legacy mode you will have read-only access to your data free of charge for as long as your subscription for the new version is active. For example, you will not be able to create or edit tenancies, invoices, tasks, etc. Also, any repeating invoices, recurring tasks and email notifications will be suspended.
It’s perfectly fine if you want to keep using the legacy version of Landlord Vision. While our plan is ultimately to replace it with the new version of Landlord Vision we don’t foresee that happening for a number of years. While we won’t be selling the legacy version anymore, we will provide ongoing support to existing customers of the legacy software.

Before we created Landlord Vision, we had Landlords Property Manager (LPM), when we created Landlord Vision, quite a few LPM customers moved to the new software, but some decided to stay where they were. The software is still up and running ten years after migration and it has many happy customers who are still supported and using the software without issues. We envisage a similar scenario for customers using the legacy version of Landlord Vision.
The Landlord Vision Accounting Partner Programme

The Landlord Vision Accounting Partner Programme

The Landlord Vision Accounting Partner Programme is totally free to join. When you sign up you can start earning commission on any landlords you refer to us.
When you join, you'll get lots of help and support from us to get started. You'll also get a professional marketing pack and opportunities to promote your accounting practice to our landlords. Once you've joined you'll be able to take advantage of a generous commission structure for new referrals.
Landlord Vision has been built with an accounting engine at its core. You can use the cash or accruals basis, access a suite of financial reports, easily track income and expenditure, scan and create expenses from receipts in a few clicks and use live bank feeds for easy reconciliation. There's lots to love about our accounting features, so why not get started!
The Landlord Vision Letting Agent Programme

The Landlord Vision Letting Agent Programme

Our platform can manage everything once the tenant has moved in and the most important benefit is that they save time. Our system can work automatically in the background for them plus they can manage their tenants, chase any arrears and be prompted for any upcoming reminders.
We’ve made sure that our platform is easy for everyone to use, we’ve also recently launched a new version making it easier to navigate. We also offer full ongoing support so you can be assured that the service you are recommending is up to a high standard.
Not only do we help with the management, we also help the landlord with automatically populated tax reports and statements along with portfolio insights. This will save a lot of time when it's necessary to send to their accountant.
We pay monthly and our minimum pay-out is £100, which will take no time at all to build up. We also currently have an exclusive offer until the end of November which means you’ll get paid passive income for even longer, enquire now for more information.
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