It may be suggested that you set up each property as the “client” in AyaNova, with the building and its equipment as “units” owned by that property.
And you set up your client that is leasing the property as a “head office” - selected as the Head Office for that property during the lease (in the Client entry screen).
Do note also that you can localize AyaNova to reflect this. For example, localize Clients and Client in a custom locale as Properties and Property. Refer to the AyaNova Help sections “Localized Text Designer” and tutorials on localizing and assigning it to AyaNova users.
This way, when you create a service workorderyou select the actual property where service is to be performed, and than can select the actual equipment or building from within the service workorder that requires the specific service.
And this way, when the customer that is leasing the property changes, you can change the Head Office in the clients entry screen.
You might also be interested in the sample report template from the Service grid which shows the “Head Office” name and address when printing out a completed workorder report