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Lost Potential report

Lost Potential report

August 9th, 2018

We analysed over 100,000 properties taken off the market in 2017, either because they were sold or withdrawn. The metrics in this report are benchmarks against which every agent can measure their own performance. How much potential fee income is being lost through withdrawals? Is your ratio of withdrawal to sale higher or lower than your […]

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£4 billion in lost commission

July 17th, 2018

How good are you at selling properties? Really sold, as in completed? We took an extensive look at properties that either completed or were withdrawn from the market in 2017 in our latest research report. You can download a complimentary copy of the report here. Watch the webinar here. The results are quite astounding and […]

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GDPR – Keep calm and carry out an audit

November 21st, 2017

With a major change to data protection legislation looming in May 2018, there is a growing chorus claiming there will be calamity over compliance. Tales of being fined €20m and losing the ability to market to your existing client database are somewhat exaggerated though. Neil Manito, Product Owner at Reapit, offers a measured view of […]

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Rental Payments by Direct Debit?

October 4th, 2017

Reapit is exploring ways to mitigate the impact of a tenant fee ban Direct Debit has, traditionally, been considered a risky payment method for rent collection. However, in February 2017, the rules for Direct Debit payments were changed, closing some loopholes which posed these risks. With a tenant fees ban looking increasingly likely, could Direct […]

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24/7 Agency

November 14th, 2016

Following an analysis of over a quarter of a million applicant enquiries sent from agent websites and the property portals, Reapit Analytics have found that just 43% of enquiries are made during normal working hours. Agents will also be handling telephone enquiries and other forms of contact during working hours, meaning that activity levels are still generally […]