Overview

Tenancies in progress

Tenants invoices


Invoices generation

In YouRENT, in order to have a precise view and history of the situation of all our tenants, any amount claimed from a tenant goes through an invoice..

These invoices can be sent or not depending on their type:

    • Rent calls: automatically generated by the system at each due date, generally not sent to the tenant, even if this may be the case, especially for professional tenants.

    • Charges: generated on demand and systematically sent to the tenant.

    • Others: You can bill anything to the tenant, in this case, the processing of the invoice is manual.

Manually create an invoice:

To manually generate an invoice, go to the "Tenancies > Tenants invoices" menu and click on the Create button.

Fill in the invoice as desired.

Then click on the save and validate buttons (this assigns a number to the invoice)

Then click on "Send by email" to send your invoice to the tenant.

How to generate invoices in batches?

The calls for rent are generated automatically by the system at each due date. So you have nothing to do.

However, it may occur that you want to prematurely issue a bill, for example, if you bring in a tenant who only arrives in a month and you want to show him his first call for rent.

In this case, select the tenancy for this tenant from the list of tenancies.

Go to the "Invoicing" tab and click on the button. Generate invoices 


You are then redirected to the bill which you can print or send directly to the tenant.

To generate invoice in batches, you must select the tenancies to be invoiced in the list view, then click the "Action" button and finally “Generate invoices”. This functionality is only available in developer mode because it should, in principle, never be used.



You can consult the selected tenancies and here the invoices have been generated.




How to generate invoices from the tenancy?

The system has a scheduled task that generates tenancy invoices respecting the invoicing type.

 If the beginning of the month arrives then an invoice will be added to the "open invoices".

You can view all invoices from the Invoices button (for this example the system has already generated invoices and are not in open state)





Tenancy indexation


Charge statements

In the tenancy view, the "Provisions" tab shows you the details of the provisions paid as well as the charges to be rebilled:


If you click on the button "Generate charge statement", a wizard will open and ask you for the closing date of this charge statement as well as to specify whether it is an interim charge statement or the tenant's exit:



When you click on the "validate" button, it is automatically generated.

He deducts the amount payable from the provisions paid.

 If it is a closing statement, it deducts:

  • All provisions paid instead of deducting from them only the provisions up to the total of the charge statement.

  • Any rental deposit paid in cash

Do not forget to validate the charge statement generated and send it to your tenant!

What is rent indexation?

 Each year, on the anniversary date of the tenancy enactment, the rent may be adjusted to the cost of living. Until December 1993, indexation was still based on fluctuations in the consumer price index. Since 1994, the health index has been used.

Calculation of rent indexation:

The calculation of the annual rent indexation is based on the evolution of the health index and the basic rent. The calculation rules vary according to the date of the signature of the tenancy and the start date of the tenancy.

The formula for calculating the new rent:

The formula for calculating the indexed rent is as follows: New Rent = Base Rent Price * Last index / starting index

How to determine the basic rent?

Determination of the basic rent for tenancies that came into force after January 1, 1984:

In the case of a tenancy that started after January 1, 1984, the basic rent is the amount of the rent corresponding to the most recent of the following three events:

    • the rent indicated in the written tenancy contract,

    • the last rent revised by mutual agreement between the lessor and the tenant at the end of a triennium,

    • the rent decided by the judge.

It does not take into account rental costs and charges left to the tenant by the tenancy.

Determination of the base rent for tenancies entered into force before January 1, 1984:

In this case (tenancy having started before January 1, 1984), the basic rent corresponds to:

    • the rent fixed by a court decision following an action brought before February 28, 1991.

    • in the absence of a judicial decision, the basic rent which was used to calculate the indexed rent in 1990 without dispute,

    • in case of dispute with this calculation at the last rent paid during the year 1983.

How to determine the starting index?

The starting index is that of the month preceding the month during which the tenancy contract was signed.

How to determine the new index?

The "new index" is the health index for the month preceding that of the anniversary of the entry into force of the contract. You can find the value of the indices on this link.

What do the index bases correspond to?

The index bases:

There are several index basis: the 1988 index base, the 1996 index database, the 2004 index base and the 2013 index base. Each given month has a different index in each base. Here, for example, the values of the health indexes for March 2014 for each of the basis are as follows:

Which index base to use?

The calculation of indexation of rents relating to tenancies concluded before February 1, 1994 must be done in the base 1988 = 100.

For other tenancies, it doesn't matter, the important thing is that the same base is used for the base index and for the new index as shown in the example below.

Example: A rent must be indexed on November 1, 2012. The tenancy started a year earlier with a rent of 100.

The result is the same as the reference base, that of 2004 or 2013.

The rent for the current month is calculated prorata temporis

The indexation of rent takes effect on the anniversary date of the start of the lease. If the date falls during the month, the rent for the anniversary month of the lease will be calculated prorata temporis on the basis of the old and the new rent.

How to calculate the indexation?

Indexed rent = (base rent price  * last index) / starting index

  •  The basic rent includes the sum of the lines of the tenancy indicated as being indexable. In principle, these are "rent" type lines. You can determine for yourself which lines are considered as such.
  • The starting index is that of the month preceding the month in which the contract was signed (for all contracts which entered into force after 1983).
  • The new index is always the health index for the month preceding that of the anniversary of the entry into force of the tenancy (therefore NOT the one preceding the anniversary of the signing of the tenancy, unless these two data are identical).
Pour cet exemple :

 
The new rent = (Reference year 2013 = 100): € 750.00 (base rent price ) * € 109.00 (last index) / € 108.48 (starting index) = € 753.6.

How to index a tenancy?

As soon as the signature date is entered, the system automatically returns the value of the starting index, so after entering the rent price the values of “Base rent price” and “Current rental price” will be set up to date.
And on the anniversary of the tenancy the button 'Apply the current index ' appears and does not disappear until you click on it.



The system automatically generates an email proposal to send to the tenant and a price difference invoice if the call for rent for the current month has already been generated.


After sending the email notification to the tenant, the system updates the tenancy index.








How to index tenancies in batches?

To perform a batch indexing of tenancies, first, you select the list of tenancies to index, then click on the “Action” button and “Batch indexing


and you can choose if you will notify the tenants by email following this change or not.




Follow-ups


How to automate and plan the follow-up of customer payments?

Follow up levels refer to the due date; if no payment condition is specified, the due date will be equal to the date of issue of the invoice.

For each level, you must define the number of days and create a note which will be automatically added to the followup letter.


From the tenancy:




The "Process follow -up" button allows you to send an email to the tenant and print a follow-up report in pdf:

 


Note

The language of the emails sent always refers to the language of the tenant and not of the system.

After sending the 1st follow up, the system updated sending the 2nd follow up after 15 days as you configured.