PlanetRent is an end-to-end living sectors platform
As a stand alone product PlanetRent can power buy-to-let landlords: it can professionalise how they let their properties, give them their own landlord website, help them manage compliance risks, track deals and ensure that all the right documents are served on tenants at the right time to protect them from potential fines. In addition, it can route repairs directly to chosen contractors, e-sign contracts and advertise their properties automatically.
For living sectors and institutional landlords, we can:
- load up properties and get them advertised same day,
- automate listings to the portals,
- train and get on-site leasisng teams letting,
- make light work of managing the PPM (Planned Property Maintenance) planetrent
- calculate scope 2 carbon to support ESG reporting via our Inventory App (Quick Inventory)
- run fund reporting for instiututions, properly vertically integrated using their chart of accounts
- maximise rents and drive value through our revenue management tools
At PlanetRent we draw on our parent company, Ringley Group's two decades of residential experience in not only managing tens of thousands of homes but also experience in creating proprietary technology. PlanetRent is the gateway to the full living sectors platform, it covers marketing, leasing, repairs management and unit compliance. Along with other modules such as the Front Desk Portal, Robotic Accounting, PPM Management, our suite of Inspection Apps (Fire Risk, Fire Doors, Health & Safety, Site Staff Checks) and Residents App we can drive serious operational efficiencies.
By understanding both the worlds of consumers and capital, we have created tech that can reduce gross-to-net leakage and drive net operating income whilst boosting resident satisfaction. Our techstack will create clear accountability of site and HQ teams, can foster stewardship in the residents and it also tracks over 100 KPIs, aggregate KPIs accross a portfolio of assets and consolidates reporting at fund level on value add as well as ESG performance.
We see tech as complementing, not replacing, people.
Parent Company History
There are few ready-made (if any) tech stacks that support all aspects of the living sectors, and any Chief Information Officer or CIO tasked with setting up a living sectors platform will soon discover that the problematic thing in trying to connect an array of single solution apps is that data structures don't match, data rework is required and often users end up frustrated and wasting time. What PlanetRent delivers is role simplification, clear reporting line and accountability and fully robotic accounting. Our aim was simple: to allow management of institutional-grade portfolios at scale that can keep you safe governance-wise and that prevent all the usual schoolboy errors.
So if you are in or thinking about entering any one of the living sectors, without a tech-enabled partner, you risk disconnected data, greater exposure to human error, multiple layers of reporting and all the re-work that goes with that.
Our PlanetRent platform is one of the best conceived on the market and has helped some of the industry's leading institutional investors automate huge swathes of their living secctors offering.
Drawing from decades of parent company expertise, our Consulting Team can work alongside you at every stage of the asset lifecycle: asset underwriting, project monitoring, fit out, amenity space planning, mobilisation, lease-up, driving value on stabilised assets and management of data rooms to support an exit. Our team and data analysts can provide granular detail about your prospective target market, guide you on launch rents, rental affordability of your target market, how to capitalise on amenities and can act as auditors to ISO45001 standards to prove the occupational health and safety of your buildings.
The way we Integrate tech across our work enables role simplification, clear reporting line and accountability. Our aim is simple: to allow management of institutional-grade portfolios of scale.
Without a tech-enabled partner,you risk disconnected data, greater exposure to human error, multiple layers of reporting and all the re-work that goes with that.
Our PlanetRent platform is one of the best conceived on the market and has helped some of the industry's leading institutional investors automate the entirety of this process.
Our fully Integrated solution provides granular level detail into prospective target markets, rental expectations, rent reviews, lease expiry graphs and void analysis, while on the deal and contract side it covers tenant vetting and compliance, lease up charts, break clauses, enquiries, contract expiry graphs, and much more.
Under Offer: This term applies to a property where the landlord is considering an offer but remains on the market. It implies that further offers may still be considered until the landlord formally accepts or declines the current offer.
Let Agreed: This term indicates that a landlord has provisionally agreed to enter into a rental agreement with a prospective tenant, pending additional checks and referencing. It doesn't require the prospective tenant to have paid a holding deposit.
Let: This term signifies an established binding rental agreement between the landlord and tenant.
For both lettings and sales, the guidance addresses additional terms:
New On The Market: This term is used for a property not advertised since its last sale or rental. It should only be used for a brief period.
New Instruction: It applies to a property assigned to an agent for marketing recently, even if it was previously listed with another agent without being sold or rented.
New and Exclusive: This term refers to a property that is either new on the market or a new instruction, exclusively available through a specific agent or portal.
New Method of Sale/Let: This term is used when a property is being marketed for sale or rent using an alternative approach to the original advertisement, such as transitioning to an auction or sealed bid.
Reduced: This term indicates that a property's price has recently been reduced. The reduction should be genuine and comply with the Chartered Trading Standards Institute's guidelines on pricing practices.