By starting with net received you are missing the off the top expense, which are yours. Start with gross rent. Deduct management fees, deduct repair and maintenance, and all other expenses you pay. Each property is reported in its own column of Schedule E.
The owners draw is just that, a draw against income and is not your reportable income. In fact if your pm collects more than $600/year from you then you should issue them a 1099.
To capture true gross rent you only need a Sales Receipt. Note that the net receipt will be equal to the draw. If you do not know gross rent (should be provided along with their pay.ents) then enter the management fee as negative and also as negative any other deductions. Then add this amount (as a positive number) to net you received and this would be the gross rent to enter on the sales receipt.
Be sure to segregate all of these by property. Class tracking is my prefefence,preference, will give you a proper P&L by Class for your Schedule E's