We’ve seen a strong start to October in the PRS, with The Times conducting a series of investigations highlighting the lack of regulation in the Private Rented Sector (PRS) and the promotion of properties for rent with a blatant disregard for Property Licensing, planning legislation, and building regulation, in the capital. The article below summarises […]
Property licensing is complex, inconsistent and ever changing. Keeping on top of all the changes requires a sophisticated platform that can cleanse, analyse and sort data and interpret the results to help agents, landlords and surveyors interpret the data and stay compliant. September 2019 has been a very interesting month for the Private Rented Sector […]
We have been through quite a journey as GetRentr: we started as a rental app but our path has meandered through myriad unforeseen territories and we are now so much more. We were founded on the core principle that: “Nobody should have to live in unsafe or unsuitable accommodation ever again” and even through our […]
Kamma (formerly GetRentr) is delighted to be one of the speakers on the panel at this event, discussing the impact on recent policy reform in the Private Rented Sector. This will be our first event since we rebranded to Kamma. The seminar is timed following the passing of the Tenant Fees Act and the Homes (Fitness for Human […]
Andrew Trigg, Chief Geospatial and Data Officer at HM Land Registry (HMLR) shares his views on Kamma (formerly GetRentr) and how we’ve helped with their data initiative. Read more about our work with HMLR here.
Impact of the Tenant Fees Act 2019 The ban has hit letting agents hard since its enforcement in June 2019, and finding ways to fill the revenue gap is proving difficult. Read on to find out how providing value-added property services to landlords will help drive new revenue streams for your agency. Why choose property […]
Join us for breakfast at The Brewery, London on 23rd July. Our partners Airbus and WhenFresh, as well specialists JBA Risk Management and Cranfield, will collectively look at how earth observation and land information can be allied with new risk and valuation systems. This session will allow lenders, surveyors, insurers and banks to build a […]