Yes. In fact, this is EPA's recommended best practice.
If your just starting out, set up an account at the corporate level that will be the Property Data Administrator (PDA) for all properties. Then share these properties to the staff user accounts so they have shared access to property records. This way, if an employee leaves your company, you still have control of the properties that they were managing.
If you already have properties in multiple accounts, you can either:
- Have all the PDA's TRANSFER the properties to the Corporate Account. All of the people with "shared" access to these properties will retain their access, expect for the previous PDA. The Corporate Account will need to share the properties with the previous PDAs. This method is cleaner in the long run, but a bit more burden to accomplish.
- Have each PDA share their properties with "Full Access" with the Corporate Account. This way, if an employee leaves the company, you still have access to the property.