Kangalou is a rental platform allowing you to publish your rental housing ads in just a few clicks, as well as find the necessary tools needed for managing your buildings in one place
Free and easily created ads
You can create free ads for each of your housing units and publish them immediately, or save them and use them when your units become available to rent. You can also select the features that correspond to your apartment – similar to what tenants do – amongst hundreds of criteria.
Advertising on multiple sites
Not only will your apartment be displayed on Kangalou, but you also have the option of prioritizing it, as well as advertising it on multiple rental and social media websites such as LesPac, Craigslist, Louer.com, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. You can also allow your ad to be displayed through hundreds of rental websites serving more than 50 countries, in order to be able to reach foreign students and newly-arrived immigrants looking for a dwelling.
An indispensable mangament tool
You will save time and energy with the Kangalou management tool, which allows you to consolidate all the information on your buildings, apartment, tenants and leases.
The Customized Website option allows you to showcase your rental properties in a setting that reflects your image. No downloads, no installations or computer skills required; and with this turnkey solution, creating your website will be done in minutes. You can also choose through a selection of interfaces, colors, fonts, pictures and videos. This will give your site a professional look with proper search engine optimization and ranking which will ensure better visibility.
Condition report (coming soon)
Forget paper and pencil for your condition reports.
Coming Soon a simple and effective tool for your condition reports, available for your IOS or Android tablets.
- Reuse information already in Kangalou
- Easily assess the condition of apartments
- Add photos and comments
- Sign directly with the tenant
- A digital copy is sent directly upon finishing
- Secure archiving