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AMTdirect Insights Blog

AMTdirect Insights Blog

3 Big Lies Lease Management Software Companies Tell

Posted on 10/19/18 7:19 AM by The Team at AMTdirect in Lease Accounting, in Technology, in Lease Administration

FASB 842 compliance is hard.

Picking a lease management system can be even harder.

We get it.

Most of the companies offering this software today present similar features in different user interfaces.

And since everyone is clamoring to get the lease standards implemented pronto, many companies - who have little-to-no experience with this industry - have jumped on the lease management software bandwagon.

And they’ll do and say anything to get as many new clients as they can.

In fact, we’ve heard so many cautionary tales from customers and prospects about the shady tactics of these irrefutable lease management systems, we put together a list of the top 3 lies we’ve heard them tell over and over again.

Use them to ask the right questions and choose the best lease management software for your business.

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New Lease Accounting Standard (FASB) FAQs

Posted on 8/2/17 8:00 AM by Amber Bigler Newman in Real Estate Accounting, in Lease Administration, in FASB

Since 2010, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) has been considering significant changes to the way leased real estate and other assets are reported by public companies. The new lease accounting standards were announced last year and will go into effect for pivate companies and public companies with private debt on December 15, 2018 and for public companies on December 15, 2019 It is important that business leaders think about what this change will mean for them and how they should prepare.

What will change?

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How Much Are You Overpaying Your Landlord?

Posted on 8/24/16 6:17 PM by Amber Bigler Newman in Lease Administration, in Professional Services

AMTdirect has been helping customers keep occupancy costs down for more than 20 years by supporting effective lease administration and critical date management. But many clients are still paying more for their locations than the lease requires.


Variable charges for leases can be complex and difficult to calculate correctly for both tenants and landlords. Overcharges in common area maintenance, insurance, taxes, repairs & maintenance, construction costs, and more are shockingly common. And let's face it, lease audits are a pain in the neck.

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The Case for Scheduling & Distribution [Infographic]

Posted on 6/2/16 3:44 PM by Amber Bigler Newman in Lease Administration, in Features


If you are not yet an AMTdirect client, you don't have to be jealous of Valerie. Let us show you how automated scheduling and distribution is just one of the ways that AMTdirect can simplify your life, reduce errors and omissions, and help your team lower overall occupancy costs.

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Insights Recap: Data Hygiene & Maintenance

Posted on 5/17/16 6:21 PM by Amber Bigler Newman in Lease Administration, in Real Estate Data

For the next couple of weeks we’ll be featuring blog posts based on some of the sessions at our just completed Insights Industry Forum and Customer Workshop. The event was an information packed combination of panel discussions, presentations and class room sessions. Today, we’ll recap the session presented by Bobby Capobianco, one of our crack team of installation managers, on data hygiene & maintenance.

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There’s No Stopping the Estoppels

Posted on 12/8/15 12:58 PM by Taft Tucker in Lease Administration

“Not another one,” he exclaimed.  Kent was a long-time customer, now friend.  He and I had just wrapped up a series of successful morning meetings, so we decided to reward ourselves with some much needed coffee.  As we settled in to the break room nearby, I chose a particularly tasty Dark Columbian roast.  Kent, on the other hand, chose to check his email.  Poor choice.  All at once, he looked exhausted…beaten.  I feared something awful must be in that email.  A layoff maybe?  An unexpected pregnancy?  They found another Kardashian?  (Overactive imagination?  Maybe…but the suspense was killing me.)  Thankfully, I didn’t have to wonder long.  As I passed him a cup of coffee, he rolled his eyes and groaned, “Another &#@! estoppel request.”

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