What's an Unrentable Unit?

Created: 2/22/2015

Sometimes units become unavailable to rent for a variety of reasons:  

1. Perhaps you as the owner wish to set aside a unit for your personal or business use  

2. A tenant left a large amount of debris that will take time to remove

3. The unit needs repair due to a leak, broken door, etc.

4. You wish to keep the unit from being rented due to superior location (extra driveway maneuverability, easy access, etc).

Giving any unit the status "Unrentable" prevents it from being listed as open and available to be rented.  You'll still see it on your facility map and can make it available to rent at any time, but you won't inadvertently apply a lease to that unit in the system without changing its status to "Rentable".

To designate a unit "Unrentable":

1. Go to Business >> Site Map

2. Click the 'Edit Map' button to the right of your site map

3. Click on the unit, then change the status to "Unrentable" in the "Unit Details" box 

4. Click Save 

Ready to make the unit rentable again?

1. Go to Business >> Site Map

2. Click the 'Edit Map' button to the right of your site map

3. Click on the unit, then change the status to "Rentable" in the "Unit Details" box 

4. Click Save 

 

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