teclet & Kamma announce major partnership to solve lettings licensing risks

Partnership delivers an unrivalled view of property licensing requirements to users of best-in-class lettings and CRM platform, guaranteeing peace of mind for agents in an ever more complex licensing landscape.

Industry-leading modular lettings and CRM platform teclet, and leading RegTech firm Kamma, have announced an integrated partnership designed to reduce the burden of compliance for lettings agency and property management users.

The integration enables automated licensing checks within teclet, from initial listing, through pre-tenancy and then ongoing, alerting agents and landlords immediately there are any changes.

Kamma has projected a 39% increase in complex discretionary licensing schemes next year, causing an agency headache in already economically challenging times.  Kamma’s CEO Orla Shields explains “We are delighted to announce this partnership at a time when agency revenues are under threat from nimble competitors, landlord belt-tightening and the taxman. Partnering with teclet allows us to deliver our world-leading data and local authority coverage on a world-class platform, reducing the burden of compliance, delivering peace of mind and opening up a new revenue stream at a time that agents need it most.”

teclet who have a class-leading suite of modular platforms including lettings and CRM, together with “best in class” client accounting and property maintenance solutions will provide users with access to Kamma data through seamless integration.

teclet Director John Evans underlined the importance of bringing best of breed partners together “Our integration with Kamma provides our users with access to live and up to date data on the many and various licensing schemes that exist and impact on properties they are letting and managing. Alongside our other “best in class” supplier integrations, the Kamma solution automatically supports the delivery of great service and ensures the peace of mind of a robust and fully compliant approach.” 

With 386 mandatory and 124 discretionary schemes already in operation, and 48 set to start, the lettings market in 2021 is set to be the most highly regulated yet.

Kamma works with letting agents, mortgage lenders and the wider property sector to avoid the complications of fines, introduce new revenue-generating application services, raise property standards and improve operational efficiencies.  

teclet’s award-winning 365/24/7 modular platforms enable agents and property managers to “join up” their processes, increase stakeholder engagement and make huge productivity and profitability gains in a fully compliant environment.

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