Belvoir and geospatial technology firm Kamma have announced a new commercial partnership agreement.
The partnership offers the Belvoir’s 360 franchisees, including the Northwood, Newton Fallowell, Lovelle and Nicholas Humphreys brands, immediate access to Kamma’s full suite of services including its compliance solution.
Belvoir managed properties will now be covered by automated compliance and guaranteed protection.
The new collaboration between Belvoir and Kamma means that agents will be able to get instant licensing updates directly to their inbox and allow them to automatically monitor their portfolio for any changes to licensing requirements.
Kamma CEO, Orla Shields, commented: “Belvoir are known for their strong foothold in the property market and Kamma offers to help all Belvoir’s agents with their licencing compliance, all whilst saving them time and resources.”
And a statement from Belvoir added: “We support any initiative that helps promote compliance for our franchisees and their landlords. With licencing schemes increasing in certain areas of the country, the tool developed by Kamma is a useful addition to ensure maximum compliance.”
Is this the same Kamma who partner with a very, very bad lettings agency, in fact making them their flagship advertorial client. Said client’s lettings legal pages are 2 years out of date and climbing. Is that Kamma’s influence? What the fork are Belvoir, a successful, good lettings agency thinking?
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