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Raft of new functions in Palace 5.0

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Realbase announces a raft of new functions in its latest product release, Palace 5.0

September 12th 2006

New Zealand based real estate software company Realbase launches new features of its popular property management software, with the aim to become the most innovative software company in the property management industry in both New Zealand and Australia.

The software called Palace manages rental properties for property management companies. Its core function offers property managers a total property management solution with exciting and useful features such as SMS. The Palace SMS module allows integrated text messaging from within Palace; it sends personalised individual and group texts to owners, tenants and trades people. Like all correspondence within Palace, SMS messages are linked directly to the diary of the individuals concerned and replies are received directly into the Palace SMS Inbox.

The latest release also allows transfer of property information to industry-standard websites such as and Enhanced functionality has also been added to the diary and trust accounting components.

Palace is already used by many of the leading real estate agencies in New Zealand.

"The most cost effective and user friendly of all programs we looked at. The staff are very helpful and ready to listen to suggestions and are continually updating and improving their software." - Ray White, Papamoa.

“Recently the unthinkable happened. Our computers crashed and we lost most of our data.

Fortunately Realbase had set up the Palace system with comprehensive daily backups and all information was restored by Realbase within 24 hours. Realbase reduced the stress of a computer crash and we are extremely grateful for both their personal efficiency and that of Palace.” – Harcourts, Ponsonby.

Realbase has been reinforcing its strong position in the market and will again be a sponsor of the 2006 REINZ Residential Property Managers and National Sales Conferences at the SKYCITY Auckland Convention Centre on September 15th -19th.

About Realbase Founded in 1992 and based in Auckland, New Zealand, Realbase develops and produces advanced software systems for the real estate industry. Their focus is on creating innovative, easyto- use software coupled with efficient and knowledgeable support. Service and reliability coupled with scalable solutions continues to add to their reputation as the leading authority in this niche market.


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