We will revert to you as soon as possible, in the meantime, here are some great resources to keep you up to date with Openview and the property industry.
Being able to read the room and put the right actions in place to generate the right results all year round is crucial for agents, so it pays to have some foresight into what might happen in the future so you can plan accordingly.
There can be no doubt that, the biggest thing to affect the UK property industry over the next 10 years will be environmental sustainability and the adverse effects of global warming. This is based on the simple fact that a massive 40% of the UK’s emissions come from households.
The stamp duty holiday which finally ends later this week might have a lasting legacy – encouraging more agents to use PropTech.
As the final push to get transactions over the line occurs in the coming days, good, reliable automated systems are going to be needed more than ever to avoid delays, fall-throughs and other issues.
As the stamp duty holiday on concessionary bandings finally draws to a close on September 30 2021, many across the UK hoping to make use of the discount rush to finalise their home purchases.
In this latest exclusive video interview, EAT’s video reporter Chris Buckler – an agent himself – chats with our chairman of the board, Peter Grant.
Openview – Powered by VTUK argues that technological innovations and the Covid-19 pandemic have dramatically changed the way people live and work, with the pandemic.
Tech, as has been shown more than ever during the pandemic, can be a wonderful thing – bringing people closer together, providing entertainment, making life more convenient, saving lives and keeping the country running during its biggest health crisis in a century.
Recent changes to Right to Rent, which have impacted on letting agents and landlords, have highlighted the increasing need for automation, according to Openview.
A recent news story will have set alarm bells ringing for agencies up and down the country, when it was revealed that a former employee of a high-profile London agency had been accused of stealing the firm’s client database and handing it to a competitor agency in the local area.
The government are making it pretty clear that they wish the industry to be more controlled and compliant. Their model for this is the financial services industry and that’s how I can see the industry changing.
Proptech is evolving so fast it sometimes seems as if barely a week passes without a new product – or product tweak – hitting the market. Nowhere is this more apparent than with CRM software, relied on so heavily by agents to keep track of buyers and vendors, and manage their lettings.