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Transparency in lettings – how can landlords improve their reputation?

The steps landlords need to take to improve their own image and enhance their reputation in the eyes of consumers was just one of many points discussed in a major industry roundtable hosted by PropTech platform PayProp which receives its live launch next week, on Tuesday November 9 at 12:30pm. 

An edited version of the roundtable – which brought together some of the industry’s biggest names and was moderated by Landlord Today editor Graham Norwood – will be available to those signing up for a live stream webinar and Q&A taking place next week. 

Webinar attendees will be shown a condensed 30-minute video stream of the roundtable – which discusses everything from regulation and Trading Standards complaints to PropTech and enforcement – before a live Q&A session with some of the roundtable participants. 


The panel includes a who’s who of the lettings world, with Propertymark’s chief executive Nathan Emerson, Landlord Action’s Paul Shamplina, Agent Rainmaker’s Sally Lawson and PayProp’s Neil Cobbold all joining in the debate on a range of issues affecting landlords. Other names on the panel included Kristjan Byfield from base property specialists, Kate Gregory (also from Agent Rainmaker) and James Munro and Emma Cooke from the National Trading Standards Estate and Letting Agency Team. 


To attend the event next week, you simply need to sign up here and you’ll be sent a link to your email address to use for access on the day.  

PayProp will later be releasing a PDF report of the main discussion points raised at the roundtable.

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    With 17 potential tenants chasing one of my properties why should I have to change anything I do?

  • Theodor Cable

    Start by putting your price up......and up a lot.
    Supply and demand and all that.



    My properties and their rents are already pretty high end and I prefer to choose from a selection of potential tenants who can afford a pretty high rent than be left with only one who can afford a ridiculously high rent and may well be much more hassle than the current group of solvent but not too priveliged candidates.

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    How about Tenants working on their image to make them more appealing!!!


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