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TODAY'S OTHER NEWS

Former Upad landlords offered option of re-listing homes on new website for free

Buy-to-let landlords who have been adversely affected by the sudden closure of online letting agent Upad are being invited to re-list their properties free of charge on a new soon-to-launch community letting platform. 

Mashroom is trying to reach out to landlords abandoned and their listings void following the announcement that Upad is no longer trading.  

Naveen Jaspal, COO of eMoov and Mashroom, says that in order for online letting agents to survive the turbulent property climate, businesses need to deploy a sustainable business model, positioning their customers at their core. 

With its free offering for landlords, Mashroom hopes to win new customers. 

Mashroom will further support landlords who previously had to pay for Upad’s services by offering them a simple service, giving them a comprehensive toolkit to take charge of their property, as well as providing ongoing communication and support. 

Upad customers wishing to list their property on Mashroom should contact the firm directly.

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