April 2023 – Geospatial technology company Kamma has today reported that 2023 is on track to be the biggest year on record for enforcement, nearly doubling the fines recorded in 2022. Last year Kamma reported that the total fines for letting agents and landlords had increased by over £1 million pounds in 12 months, and […]Read more
December 2022 – Geospatial technology company Kamma have today released their annual 2022 report highlighting that 52 schemes and consultations were launched in 2022. Kamma’s data shows that this is five more than the previous year, and almost 10 more than in 2020, highlighting the growing trend of yet more regulation targeting the Private Rented […]Read more
Total fines for letting agents and landlords in the Greater London area have increased from £6,502,932 in August 2021 to £8,010,344 at the start of this month Around 20% of all fines have been recorded in the last 12 months, suggesting a major post-pandemic increase in enforcement from London’s Local Authorities Rent Repayment Orders, an […]Read more
Agents and landlords are in for a big challenge with a record-breaking 11 new schemes being introduced across seven different local authorities in April In total, 113 discretionary licensing schemes will be in place across the UK’s 408 local authorities, more than at any other time in the industry’s history Fines crossed the £7 million […]Read more
Leading referencing platform, Veri-Check, launches licensing solution with Kamma that makes agents money, saves them time, and offers peace of mind Veri-Check announces an exciting partnership with Kamma, which enables their customers to outsource licence applications at a click of a button Property licence applications, famously time-consuming to complete and can lead to £30,000 fines […]Read more
The total fines for non-compliant letting agents and landlords has now hit £7.1 million, a £372,874 increase since October. Fines have increased by more than a £1 million in less than a year Fine activity highest in Camden, Newham and Southwark November 23, 2021 – Geospatial technology firm Kamma has today reported that total fines […]Read more
Total fines of £139,146 were handed out to landlords and letting agents in the most recent month of data, up from £22,000 seen just two months prior Local authorities in London have now handed out more than £6.5 million in fines since the Rogue Landlord and Agent (RLAC) checker was launched Dramatic increase in levels […]Read more
Kamma provides 3 top tips to Arla Propertymark letting agents to help them remain compliant and avoid finesRead more
Orla Shields of Kamma (formerly GetRentr) tracks the trends in the continuing transformation of the property in the HM Land Registry blog … You can read the full article here.Read more
The government’s new rogue landlord database was billed as a key tool for local councils to target the country’s worst landlords, but, more than six months after the system started, not a single name has been added – and even when some are added, the public will not be able to find out. Simon Goodley, […]Read more
How PropTech firm Kamma (formerly GetRentr) helps simplify the complexity of selective licensing schemes Simon Goodley, writing in The Guardian, discusses how measures to stop poor property management are patchy and confusing. You can read the full article here.Read more
Find out how Kamma (formerly GetRentr) can reduce the complexity and administrative burden to landlords … Arla Propertymark discusses the seismic legislative change (that) is due to hit the Private Rental Sector in the very near future. Read the full article here.Read more
ARLA Propertymark has launched a new database in partnership with Kamma (formerly GetRentr), a technology platform which automatically monitors property portfolios for compliance with all UK property licensing schemes. You can read the full article here.Read more
Arthur Online takes a look at Kamma (formerly GetRentr): the NLA approved platform for automating landlords’ compliance with the changing licensing schemes in the UK. You can read the full article here.Read more
Stay informed on landlord licensing schemes and consultations affecting your property portfolio. The NLA have teamed up with Kamma (formerly GetRentr) to offer you this new and exclusive benefit as part of your membership. By registering your property details, stay on top of local regulations anywhere in the UK and avoid fines as councils increase […]Read more
Here’s TechWorld’s pick of the top proptech startups in the UK: featuring Kamma (formerly GetRentr) at number 8. You can read the full article here.Read more
On the 24th of February Kamma hosted a webinar for mortgage lenders and housing providers covering topic including: Watch the video to find out more…Read more
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