White & Sons signed up with Goodlord at the start of 2022, and has already seen an impact on the amount of time saved, allowing the agency to get more done in day.
When setting up the new agency in 2020, Hirsch Estates looked into Goodlord early on, to help support it with compliance and an automated process.
Stratfords Residential Sales and Lettings is a family-owned business, operating across Bletchley and Milton Keynes. It offers a personal service to landlords, made possible through its expanding team and its investment in technology like Goodlord.
Martyn Gerrard, an award winning estate and letting agency operating across North London, joined Goodlord when looking for a rent protection offering to help protect its landlords - and quickly realised that the Goodlord platform could also help the company save time.
Avocado Property launched in 2020, mid-lockdown, and got set up on Goodlord from day one, to help it easily manage the administration side of the business while saving on staffing costs.
Charles David Casson, an independent Chelmsford letting and estate agents, uses the Goodlord platform to standardise the tenant experience - and alleviate pressures on its staff with the online process.
Estate and letting agency Bonners & Babingtons, based in Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire, was introduced to Goodlord by its lettings manager, Robbie Hearn, who recognised the benefit of having all pre-tenancy processes under one digital roof.
Cambridge-based property consultants, Bidwells, is aware of the growing popularity of renting across the UK as a whole, and joined Goodlord back in 2017 to help simplify the lettings process for the agency, and for its tenants.
Wilkinson Estates initially joined Goodlord in early 2019, looking for ways to create efficiencies - and has found it to be a selling point to demonstrate how it strives to offer its landlords the best service.
Wills & Smerdon were one of many agents who signed up with Goodlord in 2020, as remote working and limiting face-to-face contact with tenants became more of a necessity.