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Tech solutions on their own aren’t always the answer – it needs to be the right tech, utilised in the correct way to really answer a need or desire. And it needs to evolve the market rather than attempting to disturb or disrupt it, as some PropTechs do.
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.