Referencing solutions provider Vouch and lettings platform Goodlord have fully integrated their technologies, bringing their customers more flexibility and giving them access to more lettings and referencing solutions than ever before.
Goodlord has partnered with Legal & General to offer tenants renting a property through the Goodlord platform a new Illness and Injury Insurance, designed for the modern-day renter.
Referencing company Vouch, which joined the Goodlord family under the umbrella of the Goodlord Group in 2020, has launched "Home Move Assistant", a new portal to help letting agents boost their revenue streams with commission-based services for tenants.
Goodlord sets its sights on becoming UK’s biggest referencing business with a new five year partnership with General Insurance provider Paymentshield.
Goodlord and DAS UK Group jointly won "Claims Partner of the Year" at the 2020 Insurance Times Awards, recognising their market-leading Rent Protection & Legal Expenses Insurance policy which ensured that landlords, agents and tenants stayed protected throughout the pandemic.
Goodlord customers will now be able to use a bank-grade authentication service that uses facial recognition to match photos of applicants to the photo on their ID as part of its revamped referencing service.
Goodlord has announced the integration of its award-winning lettings software with Reapit, the industry’s leading property management software provider, to further streamline the lettings process for agents.
Leading property technology company Goodlord has announced that it will be joining forces with referencing platform Vouch, bringing the fast-growing Vouch business into the Goodlord group.
David Swigciski, Director of Client Services at DAS UK Group and Oli Sherlock, Head of Insurance at Goodlord, reflect on the support they provided for agents, landlords and tenants during the Covid-19 crisis.
The ARLA Propertymark CEO spoke about the impact of coronavirus on the lettings industry in a Goodlord webinar.