Goodlord has announced its newest integration with geospatial technology company Kamma in a keynote that unveiled a string of new product features, integrations and partnerships. Councils have been reporting more fines than ever this year, with total fines currently measuring over £9.8 million in London alone. These fines are fuelled by a scenario of ever-changing […]Read more
The UK Property Market is primitive and oppressive. Eight PropTech startups have identified the areas ripe for disruption and are ready to change the way we engage in property, forever. Craig Ryder, writing at Medium’s The Startup, looks at eight London startups that are disrupting the UK property market, including Kamma (formerly GetRentr). You can […]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
It’s called Geovation Hub, an accelerator and co-working space launched three years ago to discover and nurture the next generation of location-tech companies – those who analyse and apply geographic data. Matthew Caines, writing in the Daily Telegraph, talks about the Geovation Hub, where Kamma (formerly GetRentr) spent a year as part of the Ordnance Survey‘s […]Read more
Find out how the Land Registry are using AI and chatbots to make their data more open Lynsey Barber, writing at City AM, writes about how the government department in charge of the country’s property and land records is turning to startups for technological innovation. You can read the full article here.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
In a guest Land Registry blog, Orla Shields, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Kamma (formerly GetRentr), explains how data and technology could improve renting for everyone. 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
Find out about the new members of the Geovation Programme and how past winners have used the funding and resources. You can read the full article here.Read more
Kamma (formerly GetRentr), a PropTech startup, has raised more than £500,000 in Seed funding. Yessi Bello Perez, writing at UKTN, covers Kamma’s successful seed funding round. You can read the full article here.Read more
Private landlords faced another change to tax legislation last week, courtesy of Chancellor Hammond’s Autumn Budget. Louisa Fletcher, writing at the Daily Express, talks about how Kamma (formerly GetRentr) are helping landlords monitor their portfolio for compliance. 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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