Automated lettings platform, PlanetRent, has announced that it has partnered with legal firm, LegalforLandlords, to help support landlords as the UK enters another lockdown.
The new partnership will support landlords with their legal requirements and comes shortly after PlanetRent agreed on a partnership with The360View to offer virtual tours of rental properties.
The Warrington-based legal service has an in-house legal team but also offers services from their carefully-selected partners, which includes the Financial Conduct Authority and Equifax. All landlords that are signed up to PlanetRent can access these services on a pay-as-you-go basis.
PlanetRent has been developed in-house by residential property consultancy Ringley Group. The company manages thousands of homes across the country and has invested over £2 million in creating a suite of technological solutions for the residential market, including PlanetRent.
LegalforLandlords provide anything from basic legal support to advice on dealing with difficult tenants, specialising in evictions, rent and debt recovery.
Mary-Anne Bowring, group managing director at Ringley and creator of PlanetRent, comments:
"We’re delighted to announce our partnership with LegalforLandlords, which will enable landlords to access legal advice for any problems they face.
"Landlords and agents who use PlanetRent will be able to directly access the services of LegalforLandlords through our platform.
"All landlords, whether large or small should always be able to access legal advice and support, and this partnership will enable landlords who use PlanetRent to use the services offered by LegalforLandlords."
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