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Real Estate Hub

Manage all your properties, in Notion


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The Real Estate Hub Notion Template is an all-encompassing and powerful tool that has been meticulously crafted to assist real estate professionals in effectively managing their daily tasks, properties & finances.

This innovative template features 15+ distinct databases & templates, each of which is expertly tailored to address a specific aspect of the real estate industry, providing you with the confidence you need to excel in your role.


  • Properties: Manage all of your properties, keep track of every bit of information related to them, and have a place to store your future purchases. Includes four views: "All", "Per Status", "Per Localization", and "Wishlist".

  • Contacts: This is basically your CRM for tenants, contractors, utilities, and others. Each contact can be associated with one or multiple properties.

  • Tasks: Linked to the Projects database, this is your go-to place for any real estate-related actions. You can assign team members, see which tasks are late, and follow the progress. Includes multiple views: Kanban, Calendar, Per Owners, and Late Tasks.

  • Projects: Linked to the Tasks database, this is the place where you keep track of all current, future, and past projects. For each project, you have access to the list of associated tasks (automatically done using self-referential filtering).

  • Finances: Composed of four databases, this is your central hub for everything money-related. You can add your expenses and income on the go, and it will automatically calculate your monthly and yearly balance. There are buttons for recurring items such as rents, loans, and subscriptions.

  • Investments: For each of your properties, you can calculate your investment returns. It's linked to your expenses and income databases, but you can also manually add amounts if necessary. You'll see your total balance for each property: how much you made on each of them or how much still needs to come in for you to be profitable.

  • Documents: Store all of your important documents, such as buyer's agent agreements, purchase agreements, addenda amendments and riders, seller disclosures, home inspection reports, closing disclosures, title insurance policies, property deeds, and more!

  • Tax Rates: This database contains all tax rates per US state. You can add your own rates if you don't live in the US. It's basically a simulator of estimated property tax that you can use to make your calculations.

  • Resources: Store all of your real estate-related resources in this well-designed database. Resources can include anything you want, but the main ones are books, articles, videos, documentaries, movies, templates, etc. You can also automate the process using Notion's Web Clipper.

The template has been built using Josh Redd's Perspectives Method, which enables super easy navigation within the template and makes adding new pages a child's play. If there's stuff you'd like to automate, feel free to shoot me an email at

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What is a Notion Template?

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1. Locate the template you want to duplicate.
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3. Select the "Duplicate" button, which is highlighted in blue.

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Follow these steps to share a page:

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2. Navigate to the top right corner of the page and click on the "Share" button.
3. Choose the "Add People" option from the menu.
4. In the provided box, enter the email address of the person you wish to share the page with.
5. Select the appropriate level of access from the available options, such as full access, view-only, or commenting rights.
6. Finally, click on the "Invite" button to send the invitation.

What are some popular Notion integrations?

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What is Notion AI and how can I use it?

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How can I use Notion formulas and databases?

Notion formulas and databases are powerful features that allow you to create custom properties, calculations, and views for your data.

You can use formulas to perform operations on your database properties, such as adding numbers, combining text, or finding the time between two dates.

You can also use databases to store and organize different types of information, such as tasks, notes, projects, or contacts. You can create different views for your databases, such as tables, calendars, boards, or galleries.

Finally, you can also link databases to each other using relations and rollups, which enable you to access and manipulate data across multiple databases.

How can I collaborate with others on Notion?

You can collaborate with anyone you want, and control their level of access and permissions. Here are some ways you can collaborate with others on Notion:

1. Add members to your workspace: Invite teammates, friends, or clients to collaborate on pages. Create groups for easier sharing.

2. Share individual pages: Invite specific people to view, comment, or edit pages. Useful for external collaboration or sharing confidential content.

3. Publish pages to the web: Transform pages into public websites accessible via a link. Enable comments and permit page duplication, ideal for blogs, portfolios, and more.

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You can also export your entire workspace or include subpages in your export.