Published 8th June 2021
We recently sat down with Ellie Donaghy, Head of Lettings at Andrews Property Group, to hear what she had to say about her experience using Kamma:
Andrews, as with many other agencies, have traditionally had to manually check local authority websites for any licensing changes. With Kamma, they’ve been able to deliver substantial operational efficiencies.
“Kamma has revolutionised the way we work. We had a team of people doing this [managing our compliance] and we now have technology doing it for us”.
Since partnering with Kamma, Andrews deployed technology to do the hard work for them. They’re now able to divert substantial time and resources into growing their business and working with their clients. Ellie talks about how they can see vast improvements in their licensing compliance and a great return of investment, as they now are able to get their licensing data in one place.
“Kamma has helped us stand out from other agencies because we’ve been able to be more prepared and that means that we can make our landlords more prepared. We’ve been able to stand out purely by being the best at compliance in our area.”
Since using Kamma, Andrews have been able to expand their operations in new areas with ease, using Kamma’s software to keep agents up-to-date with the legislation. With industry consolidation a major trend in the last 12 months, Andrews’ have deployed Kamma’s tech to support new agents and bring the compliance of whole portfolios up to standard as quickly as possible.
“Where I think it [Kamma} has benefited us the most is in our acquisitions, where we have acquired branches in new areas and the previous agents haven’t been as compliant as we’d like them to be. Kamma very quickly gives us a picture of where they are [with their compliance], and how we are going to get them to a level that we deem to be acceptable.”
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