Adding property attributes is optional, but required for users to filter portfolios by attributes. For example, if you need to filter your portfolio by city, stage, or owner, you should add attributes so you can do that. 

Here’s how Admins can add property attributes:

  1. In the same ‘Admin: Properties’ section, click on the ‘Property Attributes’ tab. (If you’re not in the ‘Admin: Properties’ section, you’ll first need to click on the ‘Admin’ button at the top right of the webapp, and select ‘Properties’ from the menu.)
  2. In the ‘Property Attributes’ tab, if you already have properties on Remarkably, you may see a grid containing a list of properties you have Admin access to. If not, it’s time to add one!
  3. To add property attributes to properties, make sure you’re still on the ‘Property Attributes’ tab, then click the ‘Add Property Attributes’ button (at the top of the Properties section).


  4. A form will launch to capture attributes, including stage, class, category and style options. You can also add custom attributes, such as owner name, year built, and website URL.
    • Stage, Class, Category, Style, and Owner are all Portfolio Filter options.
    • Year Built and Website URL attributes are visible in the Property page only.
  5. Add as little or as much as you want to the form. All fields are optional.
  6. Click ‘Save’ once you’re done here.
  7. Once you’ve saved your new property attributes, you’ll see the property attributes listed in the ‘Property Attributes’ grid.


  • Only Admins can view and add attributes.
  • Adding property attributes must be done one property at a time.
  • Attributes can only be added to properties added to Remarkably and visible in the ‘Admin: Properties’ grid.

Here’s how Admins can edit property attributes:

  1. To make changes to property attributes, click on the three dots at the far right of the property attributes row, which will then display the contextual menu.
  2. Select ‘Edit Property Attributes’ from the menu. This will launch your form, and you can make changes as required and save them.
    • Potential reasons to update attributes could be:
      • Stage change from Lease-Up to Stabilized
      • Class change due to renovation, e.g. from Class B to Class A