Cyber crime is reportedly on the rise and letting agents need to be aware of what measures they can take to keep any personal or sensitive data that they hold as safe as possible. Extra processes and online solutions, such as open banking, can help to add an extra layer of security.
Lee Redfearn, Insurance Development Manager at Goodlord, shares how and why the insurance claims process has increased in recent times, plus some updates on the latest lettings legislation and how this is affecting the insurance landscape.
Is your agency ready to use agility to reach its potential? Here's an extract from our latest e-book, How to maximise your agency's potential, with the five trademarks that agile businesses display, as outlined by McKinsey.
Goodlord sets its sights on becoming UK’s biggest referencing business with a new five year partnership with General Insurance provider Paymentshield.
Knowing your target audience is key - that's marketing 101. Using that information to offer customers the right value at the right time is where many businesses slip up - but not estate agency Nock Deighton. Here's how it saw an opportunity with property investors and turned it into a success.
Letting agents wanting to grow their businesses profits could benefit from these six tips from Agent Rainmaker’s Sally Lawson, CEO and Founder, and Kate Gregory, Chief Customer Officer.
The Government has announced it will reveal its plans to abolish Section 21 of the Housing Act 1988 under the Renters' Reform Bill in late 2021, including the results of its consultation.
The Government's key proposals for strengthening Section 8 when Section 21 is abolished include improving or widening the current grounds for repossession, including when a landlord wants to sell a property and if their family members want to move into a property.
The build-to-rent sector is growing in popularity, both for investors and tenants. Here's Paul Starkey, Chief Commercial Officer at Reapit, to set the scene and explain how the sector has evolved in recent times.
"Lifetime deposits" or "deposit passporting" looks set to become a reality under the Government's Renters' Reform Bill, with the proposals to be outlined in late 2021, but there are a number of operational and financial issues that would need to be resolved before they are introduced.