What is a Property Class?
Property Classes can be thought of as groupings of properties/units which have the same attribute(s). This does not mean that they have all of the same attributes; just that one or more attributes are associated with the properties in a class.
Properties which are pet-friendly
Properties with the same cleaning fee
Properties with the same tax liability
Properties with the same security deposit
These examples aside, there can be numerous scenarios in which a property manager would want to define Property Classes in Boost.
How to Use Property Classes
The purpose of this knowledge base article is to cover the general concept of Property Classes and how to best leverage the Boost user interface for any given scenario.
While defining property classes in Boost can be very beneficial, one thing to keep in mind is the property information in your PMS system is still your master data. Often times, if the data is incorrect in the PMS, it will be incorrect within Boost.
While there is some leg work in setting up your Property Classes, once it is done and if done as designed, they should be of relatively low maintenance. Again, this is why leveraging the master data from your PMS is very important.
Let’s take a look.
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3 Bedroom Cleaning Fee
4 Bedroom Cleaning Fee
5 Bedroom Cleaning Fee
6 Bedroom Cleaning Fee
7 Bedroom Cleaning Fee
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Lake County - Tax Rates
Pitkin County - Tax Rates
Garfield County - Tax Rates
As you scroll down you will notice various categories on the left side
With this said, let’s take the example of a property class for Pet Friendly units.