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Fixflo's ARLA deal allows agents to build tenancy contracts from scratch

Fixflo has teamed up with ARLA Propertymarket to launch a new Tenancy Builder tool to enable agents to easily build tenancy contracts from scratch.

Propertymark is also partnering with Letflo, a tool developed by Fixflo to help letting agents ensure that they are complying with Section 21 regulations. 

Tenancy Builder allows users to generate a bespoke agreement and paperwork package based on the ARLA Propertymark standard AST at the beginning of a tenancy, significantly reducing administration time when new tenancies are agreed.

With the Deregulation Act of 2015 making it even more important for landlords to ensure that their Section 21 paperwork is complete and in order, Letflo helps users check that they have all the relevant information and have taken the necessary steps to properly serve a Section 21 Notice. 

ARLA Propertymark members are able to use 10 free Letflo credits, where each credit equals one tenancy.

ARLA describes this partnership as part of a “burgeoning professional relationship” with Fixflo. 

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