Goodlord announces new partnership with Safe2

The move by the lettings technology platform aims to make it easier for agents to ensure properties are compliant with fire, gas, and electrical safety, as well as energy performance requirements.

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Property | Reporter
3rd June 2024
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Safe2, which was recently acquired by the NRLA, provides access to the experienced engineers and tradespeople agents need to ensure properties stay compliant with key regulations, such as gas safety, energy performance and electrical installations standards. Their offering means lettings professionals across the UK can reduce the time and resources required to meet obligations.

Goodlord customers will now be able to access Safe2’s services through their existing dashboard. This means key information on tenancies can now be shared with Safe2. Combined with timely reminders about when certificates are about to expire and which are pending completion for new tenancies or properties.

James Kent, Founder of Safe2, comments: “A partnership between Safe2 and Goodlord is a no-brainer. The two services will work hand-in-hand to keep homes safe and compliant.

“Goodlord is relied upon by hundreds of letting agents and Safe2 will add value from day one. By coming together, we can make the process of staying compliant even easier and ensure every Goodlord user has access to affordable, hassle-free support at the click of a button.”

Phil Noble, Product Lead at Goodlord, adds: “Our mission at Goodlord is to do everything we can to make the renting process easier, faster, and more effective for everyone. Landlords need to ensure they are compliant with all the latest regulations and this integration with Safe2 will make meeting these obligations seamless.”

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