A CSV import offers a convenient way to import master data records, including tenant information, on your own. To do so, simply click on "Master data" in your cockpit, and then click on "Import Data." A sample .csv file has been stored here to help you prepare your data as a properly structured .csv file.
Once this has been performed, you can then link specific columns from the .csv file to the relevant matching master data fields.
After successful import, you can review the new properties, buildings and rental units under "Master data." Where supplementary tenant information has been uploaded, it will be assigned to the corresponding rental periods. If tenant email addresses were included in the .csv file, these will be listed under "Unregistered tenants" in the "Tenant Management" feature of your Cockpit. From there you can also initiate a "bulk invite" if desired.
Key factors for the .csv file
- The .csv file relies on the use of a comma (",") or semi-colon (";") as a separator.
- Property sizes can be indicated using either the English style period or the Continental-style comma as a decimal separator (i.e. either 75.5 or 75,5 m²).
- Dates for rental periods must be provided in one of the following formats: DD.MM.YYYY or YYYY-MM-DD (i.e. 23.12.2019 or 2019-12-23)
- Name of property
- Name of building
- Name of unit
- Property type (flat, office, mixed, etc.)
- House number
- Postal code
- Start of utilization period
- Tenant information, such as name, email address and phone number
- Property size
- Registration code (if not provided, one will be generated automatically)
- End of the utilization period
- Type of usage ("Rental" or "Ownership": if this field is not populated, then "Rental" will be entered automatically)
Please contact your Customer Success Manager if you do not currently possess sufficient rights to access the "Master data" feature in your Cockpit.