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Size: 738KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:5/24/2007
While some US readers may already be familiar with the FASB13 module in JD Edwards Real Estate, for JDEtips international clients, this tip may prove to be quite a treat! Richard Berry, our "Singapore" correspondent, writes how this module can be used quite nicely to calculate effective rent during rent free periods. So, if you're not familiar with FASB13 at all, or if you've only used it to calculate rental revenue where actual billings follow a stepped-rent progression, this article will be of great benefit to you!  
Size: 624KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:11/23/2006
How can you forecast tenant sales in EnterpriseOne 8.11? Let Richard Berry count the ways for you. There are seven methods for projecting sales over a several year period of time, plus a method for seasonality. So, if you're ready to plan ahead when it comes to tenant sales (without resorting to a crystal ball to see into your real estate future), Richard's here to walk you through the various methods, when you'll want to use them, and what information you'll need to get started.  
Size: 718KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:7/18/2006
What's the difference between Legal Clauses and Lease Logs in the JD Edwards Real Estate application? Depending on what information you're trying capture from rental agreements and other real estate legal documents, the answer is "a lot". Fortunately, Richard Berry is able to help by providing a detailed explanation of the features offered with Legal Clauses, introduced in version Xe, as well as side-by-side comparisons of how Clauses and Logs match up. This is a must-read for anyone looking to get the most from their Real Estate application!  
Size: 475 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:11/1/2003
Richard Berry provides the insight needed for Property Managers to thoroughly understand the Tenant Rent Roll Report. This report is indispensable in order for the manager to know the monthly fixed rent and to know if there were any changes in rental income compared with the previous period. Richard says that this report is quite sophisticated, but as is typical with reports, there isn't a whole lot of documentation on it. We think you'll find that Richard takes care of that problem very nicely, indeed. This article applies equally to World Software and OneWorld.  
Size: , Version:1.0, Publication Date:7/1/2003
Richard continues his series of excellent articles on JDE's Real Estate Suite with this article. Richard states that this is a critical topic and should be relevant to all users.  
Size: 530 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:5/1/2003
Richard has been our regular Real Estate writer for the last year. In this white paper, he takes his article on A/R Interest from the May, 2003 issue of JDEtips and gives it a Real Estate spin. This combined with his previous article on Property Interest on Overdue Rent gives the reader an excellent summary of all available interest options in JDE.  
Size: 175 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/1/2003
Richard is back with another detailed White Paper on Real Estate. He says interest calculations generate more questions than any other feature in Real Estate Management. Learn all the setup and advanced tips you need to successfully setup your interest policies. Sample reports included.  
Size: 350 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:9/1/2002
Richard presents a detailed analysis of all the setup required to track Security Deposits in JDE. Along the way, he points out the differences between World Software and OneWorld. Learn how to define different deposit types, how to monitor and handle cash receipts, and even how to use this functionality to do installment sales.  
Size: 185 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:7/1/2002
It is surprising how few Real Estate clients use Rent Projection. There is very little setup and generating projections is fairly simple. Find out more with this tip from Richard Berry, our Associate Editor for Real Estate.  

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