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Reapit’s new PropTech deal pledges to cut through licensing red tape

Reapit has inked a deal with fast-expanding PropTech service Kamma to automate information about private rental sector council licensing.

This year is shaping up to be a record for new property licensing schemes with huge London regimes in Merton, Redbridge, and Southwark. Regulation is not slowing down in the 2024 new year either with Islington, Nottingham, Warwick and Greenwich schemes already confirmed. Large consultations in Bristol, Brighton and North Yorkshire suggest there is more regulation is yet to come. 

Now through an integration, agents using Reapit’s platform can integrate Kamma's licensing services via its API, gaining access to the most up-to-date information on new and existing schemes that affect their clients’ property portfolios.


Orla Shields, Kamma chief executive, says: "The integration with Reapit is yet another addition to our toolkit designed to alleviate compliance complexities and optimised processes, cutting down the operational cost of compliance and enabling agents to focus on strategic initiatives and winning more instructions."

Kamma recently raised a £3.6m investment that will fund the expansion of its property data engine that acquires, integrates, and calibrates thousands of property data points. 


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