haart announce new partnership with teclet

Warren Lewis
30th January 2020
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Sales and lettings estate agency, haart, have announced that they have formed a new strategic partnership with lettings software platform teclet across all letting offices in the group.

The teclet platform enables agents to manage the lettings process and subsequent property management by automating as much of the process as possible and enabling landlords, tenants, guarantors and agents to interact and carry out processes 24/7 in a fully compliant environment.

Paul Sloan, Operations Director at haart said: “The agreement and processing of renting a property can be frustrating and complex for all parties. Chasing signatures, performing checks, complying with legislation and taking payments securely are all burdens which grow exponentially the more people that are involved. We are delighted that with the introduction of teclet to our network, haart can cover all of these processes from one simple web platform, increasing transparency and making the process straightforward and convenient for our customers.

John Evans, Commercial Director at teclet said: “haart is the UK’s largest independent estate agency group with a great track record of innovation and we are delighted to be working with them and helping them gain a competitive advantage in their lettings operation through their use of our award-winning platform.

"With around a third of all customer interactions on the platform taking place outside of normal business hours, teclet is enabling lettings agents to become more productive and therefore save costs. The platform also enables the compliant and efficient generation of additional revenue streams through its innovative API structure that works with suppliers across the industry in areas such as referencing, inventories, rent guarantee insurance, landlord and tenant insurances, safety certificates, appliance maintenance and ordering and utility management and switching. These again reduce costs and also generate additional revenues for the lettings business.”

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