Tenant referencing giant Let Alliance has launched a multi-million pound proptech-heavy platform that enables letting agents to more easily manage the tenant onboarding processing including pre-tenancy, referencing and tenancy agreement e-signing.
Its new Vision+ portal pulls these and all the other Let Alliance proptech services together including same-day referencing, rent guarantee insurance, landlord insurance, ‘nil deposits’, utilities and CMP onto one platform to enable agents to streamline their tenant onboarding.
HomeLet and Let Alliance CEO Andy Halstead (pictured, above) says: “As a customer-centric business, our absolute focus is delivering exceptional service.
“We know that the best experience for our customers needs to blend the extraordinary expertise of our team with innovative technology, which makes our customers lives easier and provides added value to their proposition.
“The launch of the Vision+ platform is part of a significant programme of work that will enhance the technology that supports all of our services, driving innovation for all of our operating brands.”
Halstead says the platform will help agents save time, improve their user experience and reduce their compliance burden – all on the same platform as its other products and services.
But Let Alliance is keen not to portray this innovation as the ‘digitisation’ or automation of agents’ pre-tenancy activities.
“We know that the complete automation of services like pre-Tenancy and tenant referencing would fundamentally lead to poor service for our customers,” says Halstead.
Vision+ is now available to letting agents across the UK.
Read more: How proptech is changing UK estate agency.