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Tech platform duo’s initiative to speed up rent payments ‘settling up’

LettsPay and Apex27 say time taken to receive payments from tenant, deduct fees and then pass remainder to landlords is set to become much faster.

Nigel Lewis

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Agents using the Apex27 platform can receive rent from tenants and settle up with landlords in a matter of seconds using the new LettsPay feature.

The cloud-based CRM platform has teamed up with automated client accounting platform LettsPay so that agents can easily and quickly pay landlords. It notifies them via Apex27 instantly when rent is paid; agents then just need to approve payment which can take less than 60 seconds.

Apex27 CRM’s features include diary, lead tracking, reporting, brochure creation and social media all from a single dashboard, while LettsPay fully automates the rent collection and reconciliation process, and is fully CMP compliant.

The integration with LettsPay will make Apex27 even more powerful and offer greater time and efficiency savings, says Apex 27 founder James Wright. “We know our users will love being able to receive and process rents and pay landlords in less than 60 seconds, freeing up more time in their day.”

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LettsPay founder Garrett Foxon (main pic) adds: “The integration between LettsPay and Apex27 will deliver real and immediate benefits to letting agents who use it. They will be able to receive, reconcile and pay out rents faster than ever before.”

Kris Brown, manager at Source Property which uses the new tool, says they’ve been hugely impressed by how much time they’ve saved. “Both Apex27 and LettsPay have been on hand throughout to help with the onboarding,” says Brown.

“The integration has allowed us to save valuable hours and to concentrate on continuing to provide an excellent service to landlords and tenants alike.”

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June 23, 2022

One comment

  1. This is what the future is all about, the correct solutions being plugged into the correct stakeholders, sometimes moving from non digital and legacy systems is difficult, sometimes it is just a case of using the right providers of solutions and letting them do it for you.

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