Agents using Reapit now have access to tenant due diligence and guarantee firm Homeppl, enabling them to increase approval rates and reduce rental fraud directly from their CRM.
The comprehensive tenant referencing system, which leverages Open Banking, fraud detection tests, and behavioural analysis to confirm consumers’ real creditworthiness and transactional ability has been integrated to load and run within Agency Cloud and using Reapit’s UI Library and branding, the installation of Homeppl’s platform into Reapit will mean that agents will be able to access Homeppl’s fraud detection tools directly from the Reapit CRM, saving them time and money.
Ben Harris, Head of Commercials at Homeppl, said: “We are delighted to have become one of the early adopters of this marketplace technology; by using Homeppl via Reapit, agents will be able to access our fraud detection tools directly from the Reapit CRM. This will reduce time spent re-keying information, remove re-keying errors, and enable agents to receive results and risk reports directly into their CRM.”
Matthew Goddard, Partnerships Director at Reapit, added: “The integration of Homeppl into the Reapit CRM will enable our customers to increase approval rates and reduce rental fraud from within their AgencyCloud CRM software. Fraud is a serious issue for the property industry, and Homeppl’s FraudTech solution will provide agents using Reapit’s AgencyCloud with powerful tools to reduce rental fraud whilst saving time and money on admin.”
Homeppl brings equality of opportunity to consumers of financial and property products and protects agents from rental fraud, and Harris says the integration with Reapit will ensure more agents have access to this innovative FraudTech solution.
Harris concluded: “By combining cutting-edge technology and human intelligence, we enable letting agencies and landlords to safely transact with a wider range of consumers, including internationals, self-employed, students, and others without a credit file. This not only unlocks equal opportunities, but also protects agents by identifying the growing number of fraudulent applications.”