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Hybrid lettings agent joins forces with new landlord platform

Accommodation.co.uk has signed a deal with Lendlord to enable landlords to let properties through its app.

Nigel Lewis

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Proptech investment platform Lendlord has struck an unusual deal with online lettings platform Accommodation.co.uk that will enable landlords to both rent out their homes and manage their portfolio via their smartphone.

Lendlord’s app, like many property investment platforms, enables landlords to see all the crucial information about their portfolio including property details, equity levels, rent collection details, ongoing expenses and tax liabilities.

But it can now enable landlords to let their properties direct from the Lendlord app via Accommodation.co.uk, which has lettings operations in Manchester, Leeds, Dartford, Chester, Stockport, Bolton, London, Birmingham and Twickenham.

New tech

Both organisations are relatively new tech; Lendlord launched in mid-2019 and introduced its app two months ago.

Accommodation launched two years ago heralded as a hybrid lettings agency to rival Purplebricks, initially bagging several key players from its rival.

lettings“We are excited to be partnering with Lendlord as it offers a perfect collaboration between our market leading technologies,” says Aaron Short (left), CEO of Accommodation.co.uk.

“Landlords using the Lendlord platform can now benefit from our unique hybrid model to manage their properties and source the best tenants simply and efficiently.”

Aviram Shahar, CEO of Lendlord, says: This partnership with Accommodation.co.uk will make it easy for our users to list their properties on the online letting agent and we are planning further synergies to benefit users of both platforms in the future.”

November 4, 2020

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