Lonres and Let Alliance join forces in a Strategic Partnership

LonRes, the independent data and agent network business, and Let Alliance, the specialist letting services provider, has announced that they are to join forces in a strategic partnership.

LonRes Let Alliance, has been designed to meet the specific challenges of the London lettings market and is exclusive to LonRes subscribers. It offers the widest range of integrated lettings services available in the market place – an end-to-end solution aimed at helping letting agents, landlords and tenants.  The product suite includes tenant referencing, nil deposits, and a rent guarantee scheme, together with a range of additional insurance solutions underwritten by leading insurers UK General Insurance Group.

Let Alliance was set up in 2010 and has a considerable track-record of providing solutions to the rental sector. An independent, company, Let Alliance is FCA regulated.

Anthony Payne, MD of LonRes said: “The lettings industry is undergoing a period of great change.  The Government’s draft Tenant Fees Bill (for England) underlines the need for a lettings sector that works for the good of all.  The LonRes Let Alliance partnership comes in response to this.  It also forms part of an ongoing commitment that LonRes has to supporting its subscribers in finding practical solutions to help them adapt effectively to policy and market changes.

“We believe Let Alliance to be the best in the business.  And as a company which prides itself on people-led customer service, Let Alliance has great synergies to LonRes.  We are delighted to be working with them.  Together LonRes Let Alliance aims to help lettings agents do business better.”

Andy Halstead, CEO, Let Alliance said, “Having been around for close to 10 years, Let Alliance, has a clear understanding of both the sector and the needs of those working in it, be they letting agent, landlord or tenant.  Agents need a bespoke proposition for the London market, which is different from the rest of the UK.  This is what LonRes and Let Alliance have delivered.

“The rental sector is currently undergoing a step-change and the LonRes Let Alliance solution has been designed to benefit all – to streamline the work of lettings agents, provide a cost effective alternative to onerous tenant deposits and through tenant referencing, provide assurance to landlords.  A suite of products tailored to meet the opportunities that lie ahead.

Source of information press release 17th May 2018 from Lonres.

Allen Walkey

Highly experienced businessman with a successful career in property sales and investment both in the UK and abroad. Now a freelance writer and blogger for the property and Investment Industry, keeping readers up-to-date with changes and events in a rapidly changing world.

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