With more regulation hitting the private rented sector, in the form of property licensing schemes and ever-tightening domestic Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES), Purplebricks hopes that its new partnership with Kamma, previously known as GetRentr until September 2019, will better help the firm remain compliant.
The software continually tracks local laws and regulations, monitoring the compliance status of properties across the country.
The idea is that providing access to Kamma’s technology means landlords using Purplebricks will be able to minimise risk and maintain standards with real-time compliance requirements and status for any property in their portfolio.
Helen Ogden, head of lettings at Purplebricks, commented: “Our aim is to use technology to give our customers the best possible service – and this new relationship with Kamma will mean we can make compliance easier for landlords, saving them both time and money.”
Kamma CEO, Orla Shields, added: “Purplebricks is a market leader in the estate agency market and Kamma is proud to support their lettings service. Purplebricks customers will now be able to get immediate access to the information they need, supporting compliance and reducing risk of fines.”