Published 5th September 2019
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 conference will be an opportunity for stakeholders to interact with policy makers on the initial impact of these policies and options for future reform.
Delegates will also consider the implementation of the Housing Complaints Resolution Service.
For more information on the event and key speakers, please click here.
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Property regulations are diverse, complex, and ever changing. We leverage data and tech to quickly provide Surveyors with clear answers.
Incorporate licensing and planning data into valuation to reduce risk
Utilise our intelligence to value residential property more accurately
Our platform presents clear results immediately, allowing export to add straight to a valuation report
Understand the impact of occupancy configuration on the landlord’s ability to let the property