Technology can transform the lettings experience for both tenants and landlords - while reducing the amount of manual administration for agents.
Making a plan before you begin implementing new property technology at your letting agency is key to its long-term success.
Getting your whole team involved in adoption of technology early on in the process will increase staff buy-in and ensure your new software being used to its best effect.
The key to getting an edge on your digital competition is by offering services that online agencies, by their very nature, cannot, say several letting agents.
Look for software solutions that are easy to use, will help your agency eliminate pain points and reach its goals.
Successful letting agencies are those that are constantly analysing and improving their processes and could help agencies to create higher-value tenancies and grow their managed portfolios.
The property industry is going in two different directions, so agencies need to choose which path they’re going to take - and fast - said the founder of a Nottingham-based estate and letting agency on a visit to Goodlord HQ, because sticking with the status quo is to risk getting caught out.
It arrived at a rocket’s speed and shows no sign of slowing down. Rewinding three years ago, you would have seen only a handful of ambitious new organisations leading the way and attempting a hard sell of their innovative services to reluctant property companies.
Change is a constant in the world we live in today and requires us to adapt to new situations, changing requirements and evolving customer demands.
In spite of being a multi-billion pound industry, the property sector is still dominated by antiquated processes. Filled with unsatisfactory practices for all those involved, dealing with property transactions can be incredibly confusing, especially for both first-time renters and buyers.