NRLA + Viewber Partnership

Posted on 25 Nov, 2021

Viewber's ongoing integration with various platforms and membership groups continues with the launch this week of the latest one with the National Residential Landlords Association (NRLA)

The NRLA's 94,000+ members will be encouraged to use the national Network of Viewber members whenever they, or their agents, can't do it themselves.

Apart from us being chuffed the NRLA has partnered up, it does call into a wider discussion the issue of menu-based service provision. 

For many, an agent provides all the security they need - but increasingly Gov't 'attention' has driven landlords to consider an alternative way of managing and letting their properties. Companies like Openrent now dominate this provision with far and away the highest number of lets/properties under one roof. Part of their success is undoubtedly that a landlord can pick and choose which part of a service they need and just pay for it, rather than paying a full fee for some parts they don't need.

We can't help feeling that this will need to be a consideration for letting agents going forwards. Customer service and compliance will continue to dominate the piece for the foreseeable future but many suppliers of services to landlords might do well to look at a more 'modern' method of service delivery?

Find out more from them over on the NRLA website here.

See Viewber Founder Ed Mead talking to NRLA CEO Ben Beadle below...

 

                                               

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