First steps with OpenEstate-ImmoTool
Please assure, that Java is installed on your operating system.
Installing Java on Windows and MacOS
You can download the Java installation packages for free from Oracle.
Installing Java on Linux
Oracle also offers a Java installation package for Linux.
But in most cases it's the better choice to install the
package, which is available for most Linux distributions. For example:
On Debian you can install the package
default-jre. You can find further informations in the Debian Wiki.
On Ubuntu you can install the package
default-jre. You can find further informations in the Ubuntu Wiki.
On Arch Linux you can install the package
jre8-openjdk. You can find further informations in the Arch Linux Wiki.
On SUSE / openSUSE you can install the package
You can find the downloads of OpenEstate-ImmoTool in the public download area.
On Windows systems you should download the ZIP file
On MacOS and Linux you should
download the TAR.GZ file
There is no need to download the additionally provided modules / addons. The ZIP / TAR.GZ archive already contains all currently available modules.
Extract the downloaded ZIP / TAR.GZ archive. Afterwards you will find
a folder called
OpenEstate-ImmoTool-XXXX, which contains
all application files. Feel free to move this folder anywhere you want
on your hard disk - e.g. on Windows at
C:\Program Files or into your users home directory.
In the previously extracted application folder you should find a
bin. This folder contains the startup
files for the different operating systems.
On Windows you can start the program with a double
On MacOS you can start the program with a double
click on the ImmoTool symbol in the application directory or with
On Linux you can start the program with the
When starting the program for the first time, you need to follow these steps:
- You possibly need to select your preferred language.
- The project wizard shows up. Enter the details about your company and create a new / empty project. When starting the program for the next time, the created project is opened automatically.
Please consider, that we only provide support to registered users. You can register an account at OpenEstate.org for free without any obligation.
Please also consider, that we can only support requests in German or English language.