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The Digital Landlord

Yulpa was born out of necessity. I have quite a number of properties, and as I’m sure you all know each property delivers a huge amount of data. Either, e-mail data, letters, photos, contracts. It/they have multiple people involved from solicitors, brokers, agents, maintenance, tenant communications etc etc. And I remember sitting at my desk surrounded by boxes, thinking ‘there must be a smarter way of dealing with all this data?”

So I had a go.

There are only three things you have to do to be a Landlord – acquire a property, own/manage a property and dispose of a property. Each one of these has it’s own nuances, but essentially that’s it.

Yulpa takes care of each one of these three things … all in one place.

Acquisition: Due diligence is one of the most essential parts of making an acquisition. You should never purchase anything on a whim or the say so of any third party – the best person to trust is the one you see in the mirror.

Homework & research needs to be undertaken to understand your investment from every angle.

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An habitual use of the web – or delivery method?

12 percent of workers indicated that the iPad has “completely replaced” their traditional laptop
54 percent said the iPad has “partly” replaced their laptop, and instead complements it on the go
Nearly three-quarters of respondents say that they ‘carry their laptop around less’ now that they own an iPad
The iPad has had less of an effect on desktop PCs, where just 6 percent of respondents said the iPad has “completely” replaced their desktop, while 33 percent said the iPad has “partly” replaced their desktop

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Mobile supports ecommerce more than a desktop.

1. Beyond the demographics, the iPad’s interactivity (aka touchscreen) may make shopping easier than desktop, despite the smaller screen size. A 2011 study reported that 52% of tablet owners prefer to shop online using their tablets, while 40% preferred using a traditional computer.

2. Mobile Shoppers Are More Focused.

Mobile searchers and shoppers are task-focused and more specific in what they’re seeking.
In contrast, a full desktop site is packed with brand-related content, community interaction, company information and detailed research methods. Mobile, on the other hand, is lean, mean and clean.

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