As your list of properties grows, it will become more important to organize your properties, quickly find the ones you're looking for and hide old deals from your main list.
DealCheck offers several productivity tools to help you manage your property list:
Property Tags and Labels
Property tags and labels allow you to create custom groups for your properties to help you categorize them, track their status and quickly find them later.
They work similar to folders, but allow each property to have multiple tags or labels added to it.
You can add tags and labels to each property from its Property Description page:
Or you can tag multiple properties at once by selected them from your list:
Filtering Properties by Tags and Labels
After you've tagged your properties, you can quickly filter your list by one or more tags from the dropdown at the top left:
Managing All of Your Tags and Labels
If you need to edit or delete existing tags across all of your properties, you can do so by going to your Settings via the link at the top right:
And opening the Manage Tags page:
Searching Your Properties
You can quickly search or filter your properties by any field (like the name, city, state, zip code or notes) using the property search field at the top of the property list.
Simply start typing and you'll instantly see only the properties that match your search:
Sorting Your Properties
DealCheck offers several options for sorting your properties, including by name, city, state, zip code, cash flow, price or date created.
Click on the Sort By dropdown at the top right of the property list and pick the sorting option you'd like to use:
Tip: We'll save your selection, so next time you come back to DealCheck your properties will be sorted exactly how you left them.
Archiving Old Properties
DealCheck's archiving feature allows you to hide properties from your main list, but still keep them in your account, without deleting them.
This is helpful for hiding deals you're no longer interested in at the moment, but would like to keep for future reference. You can also use this to hide deals you've considered, but put on hold for the time being.
You can archive or un-archive (in other words - restore from archive) each property from the property list by hovering over it and clicking the archive or un-archive button on the right side:
To show or hide your archived properties, click the Show Archived toggle at the top right of the property list: