Define Database Requirements
A property management company arranges rentals of properties owned by both private and business owners. Each property owner gets a unique owner number for identification, record its address (consisting of a street, street number, town or city, and province), the owner’s name (consisting of first, middle, and last name for a person or name of a business), and the owners email addresses and the owner phone numbers. For a business owner, they record the type (description) of its business. Each property is identified by a unique property number, record its address and its type. Each property may be placed in several advertisements. Each such advertisement may be displayed in many newspapers on several dates. The newspapers are identified by unique names.
The term renter refers to a private person or a business who signed a rental agreement for a property. Each such rental agreement is identified in our database by a unique rental number. They record the date of the singing of the rental agreement, the starting and ending date of the rental agreement. A renter can rent many properties. A renter, prior to accepting the rental agreement may view the property repeatedly and we record the date of viewing. For each renter, they record its address, its name, its email address and phone numbers. Each renter has a unique renter number in our database.
The agency is organized into branches and every staff member is allocated to exactly one branch. Each branch has one manager who is a member of the staff. Each staff member is identified by a unique staff number. For each staff member they record address, name, email address, phone numbers, gender, position, and salary. Each property is in care of one of our branches. Each renter refers to the branch that is in care of the property it rents. Each property is overseen by a unique staff member. Each branch has an address, phone number, and a unique branch number.
Submission: For the above use case, identify entities (tables), their attributes (columns), and the keys (). Create the Table Text (proper syntax) using Word, Excel, PowerPoint documents (or equivalent software) of your choice.
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