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Tenancy Stream takes the pain out of renting for estate agents, tenants and landlords

Posted On: 31 Oct 2019   |   Posted By: Tech City UK

Tenancy Stream takes the pain out of renting for estate agents, tenants and landlords

When working for one of the leading estate agents in the UK, Tenancy Stream cofounder James Thorn became “frustrated and shocked” about how “inefficient” the property management process was.
While taking a year out to study for a Master's degree in International Business, he conducted research into solving the problems he had experienced as an estate agent.
Recognising a market need, he and his co-founder Peter White founded the early-stage company, which has developed a property management platform for simplifying the renting process for landlords, tenants, and estate agents.
We spoke to Thorn to find out more.
How did you discover a need for Tenancy Stream?
James Thorn: Working as an estate agent at Hunters, Foxtons and Barrett Homes, I become frustrated and shocked to discover an inefficient property management process. And so, I undertook market research, talking to 20 estate agents, landlords, and tenants.
They all commented on the same issues - a lack of communication, efficiency, and no set...

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