Anton Systems

Frequently Asked Questions

When it comes to choosing the best real estate management software and products for your business, Anton Systems sets our standards as high as yours. We have over 30 years of experience in this industry. Here we have provided the answers to our most Frequently Asked Questions.

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Anton Systems, Inc. serves Real Estate Developers, Property Managers, and Real Estate Developers who also Manage Properties.

Anton Systems provides complete end-to-end software solutions for both Real Estate Developers and Property Managers.

Yes, we offer software training and technical support to our customers. Our team of experts is available to assist you with any technical issues you may encounter, and we also provide training to help you get the most out of our software products.

The best accounting software for real estate developers offers a complete end-to-end solution for the entire lifecycle of the asset. The main difference between our solution and other “construction” software packages is the degree to which the project perspective permeates the software design. The developer needs to see a project from the top down.


Acumatica is an industry leading business management solution for digitally resilient companies. Built for mobile and telework scenarios and easily integrated with the collaboration tools of your choice, Acumatica delivers flexibility, efficiency, and continuity of operations to growing small and midmarket organizations. 

For more information about Acumatica and to help determine if Acumatica is right for your real estate management organization, please contact us today to setup a complimentary discovery meeting. 


Acumatica is offered in 5-User, 10-User and Unlimited user licenses. Please contact us today to determine which option is best suited for your organization and the price accordingly.


Anton Systems provides complete end-to-end software solutions for both Real Estate Developers and Property Managers including product deployment, training and support. The length of time to deploy Acumatica is different for each organization based on factors such as: Company personnel and ability to allocate time; amount of historical data to be transferred; Amount of projects in motion, etc. Our Average Acumatica software deployment is 90 days.   

There are three deployment options for Acumatica: on-site, hosted, or Software as a Service (SaaS) in the cloud. Users have the option of switching between formats as needed.

Yes, we offer software training and technical support to our customers. Our team of experts is available to assist you with any technical issues you may encounter, and we also provide training to help you get the most out of our software products.

Real Estate Development

Real estate development is the process of creating, designing, building, and managing new or existing properties for residential, commercial, industrial, or other uses. Real estate developers acquire land or existing properties, and then undertake a series of activities to transform the property into a more valuable asset. These activities can include site selection and acquisition, zoning and regulatory compliance, financing, design and construction, marketing and sales, and ongoing management and maintenance.

Real estate development can involve a range of different property types, such as single-family homes, multifamily apartments, office buildings, shopping centers, industrial facilities, and mixed-use developments. Developers may work independently or as part of a larger development team, and they typically rely on a range of professionals, including architects, engineers, contractors, lawyers, and real estate agents.

Real estate development can be a complex and multifaceted process, with many variables to consider, such as market demand, regulatory requirements, financing options, and construction costs. Successful developers must have a deep understanding of the real estate market and the skills to manage a complex project from start to finish.

Commercial real estate development refers to the process of creating, designing, building, and managing properties that are used for commercial purposes. This can include a wide range of property types, such as office buildings, retail centers, industrial facilities, hotels, shopping malls and other commercial properties.

Off the shelf accounting software packages such as Quickbooks often provide single entity accounting and are designed to manage the financial data of a single company or entity. Real Estate Developers typically manage multiple entities where each development project is it’s own financial entity.  and have more accounting needs.

It provides features such as general ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, and financial reporting. It is best suited for small to medium-sized businesses that have only one legal entity or operating unit.

Becoming a real estate developer typically requires a combination of education, experience, and networking. Here are some steps you can take to become a real estate developer:

  1. Education: Consider obtaining a degree in a related field, such as real estate, architecture, construction management, or business. This will provide you with a foundational understanding of the industry and the skills needed to succeed.

  2. Gain Experience: Seek out opportunities to gain practical experience in the real estate industry. This can include working for a real estate developer, construction company, or related business. You can also consider volunteering or interning to gain experience and make connections in the industry.

  3. Build Your Network: Networking is critical in the real estate industry, so make an effort to attend industry events, join professional organizations, and meet other professionals in the field.

  4. Research the Market: Develop an understanding of the local real estate market and identify opportunities for development. This may involve researching zoning regulations, market trends, and potential sites for development.

  5. Secure Financing: Real estate development can be expensive, so securing financing is crucial. This may involve obtaining a loan, partnering with investors, or securing other forms of financing.

  6. Manage the Project: Once you have secured financing, you will need to manage the project from start to finish. This may involve working with architects and contractors, obtaining necessary permits, managing the construction process, and marketing and selling the property.

There are several places where you can find real estate developer jobs, including:

  1. Online Job Boards: Websites such as Indeed, Glassdoor, and LinkedIn often have a wide range of real estate developer job postings.

  2. Real Estate Industry Websites: Websites such as CREW Network, Urban Land Institute, and Building Industry Association often post job openings in the real estate development industry.

  3. Real Estate Development Firms: Many real estate development firms have job openings listed on their websites or on industry job boards.

  4. Professional Networks: Networking with other real estate professionals and joining industry organizations such as the National Association of Home Builders, the National Multifamily Housing Council, or the International Council of Shopping Centers can help you connect with potential employers and learn about job opportunities.

  5. Local Newspapers and Magazines: Check local newspapers and real estate industry publications for job listings in your area.

When searching for real estate developer jobs, it’s important to tailor your resume and cover letter to the specific job and company you’re applying to, and to highlight your relevant skills and experience in real estate development. Additionally, you may want to consider working with a recruiter who specializes in the real estate industry to help you find job openings and make connections with potential employers.

There are several software options available for real estate development, and the best one for you will depend on your specific needs and preferences.

State-of-the-art software should help developers automate their most complex requirements from inter-company allocations, monthly loan draws, cost-to-completion, cash flow, and tracking projects at all phases. It should easily bounce between entities and tailor accurate, professional & real-time reports for your investors. Most importantly, should be built for collaboration and allow all personnel within the organization to monitor development projects with real-time, role-based dashboards.

Commercial real estate project management software is a software tool designed specifically for managing and tracking commercial real estate development projects. It is typically used by real estate developers, project managers, and construction professionals to streamline project workflows, enhance collaboration, and improve project outcomes.

Commercial real estate loan draw is the process by which a borrower, typically a real estate developer or investor, receives funds from a commercial real estate loan to pay for construction costs and other expenses related to a development project. The loan draw process is a way to ensure that the borrower has access to funds as needed throughout the construction process, rather than receiving all the funds at once.

In a typical commercial real estate loan draw process, the borrower submits a request for funds to the lender, along with supporting documentation such as invoices, receipts, and other evidence of project expenses. The lender then reviews the request and may conduct an inspection of the property to verify that the work has been completed before releasing the funds to the borrower.

The amount of the loan draw is usually based on a percentage of the total loan amount, with the exact percentage and terms of the loan draw specified in the loan agreement. The loan draw process helps to manage the risk for both the borrower and the lender, as it ensures that the borrower has access to funds as needed to complete the project, while also minimizing the lender’s exposure to risk by providing funds only for completed work.

Property Management

Property management is the oversight of residential, commercial, or industrial real estate by the owner or a third-party. Generally, property managers take responsibility for day-to-day operations of the property including leasing and tenants, repairs and ongoing maintenance, security, and upkeep of properties.

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