You can now integrate your portfolio in Arthur with our property accounting software and enjoy an effortless, end-to-end property management and accounting solution.
Arthur is a cloud-based property management platform with a suite of apps that help property investors with everything from finding and managing tenants to keeping track of compliance deadlines.
It allows property owners to manage their properties in one place, as well as grant access to tenants, where they can report maintenance issues, view documents, receive reminders and more. Learn more about Arthur here.
By integrating your Arthur account with Provestor, you can enjoy an all-in-one property management and accounting solution.
You can manage your property compliance, notifications and marketing in Arthur and seamlessly sync your portfolio with Provestor. This allows for up-to-date tax advice and accounting returns from our team of experts, saving you time and reducing the risk of errors.
It's easy to connect. Simply click to import your Arthur properties into Provestor, allow access and that's it. Any information you change in your Arthur account will automatically be synced to Provestor going forward.
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