Property management app knocks on Crowdcube’s door
A digital property management platform which promises to simplify property management transactions for both buy-to-let landlords and tenants will soon launch an equity campaign on Crowdcube, the leading crowdfunding platform in the UK.
Clooper has been developed to bring property transactions into the 21st century and offers a multi-faceted platform connecting landlords, tenants, trades and homeowners to facilitate transactions. For landlords it also ensures essential regulatory compliance.
The Clooper platform allows landlords to easily onboard tenants with all documentation created, sent and signed via the platform and tenant references can also be obtained.
Payments received and income extracted are tracked along with expenditure reports. It also allows landlords to find, manage and pay tradespeople.
The platform makes transactions easy and efficient for tenants and is a bonus for tradespeople who can quote for upcoming projects, manage their appointments and get paid automatically.
Speaking about the upcoming Crowdcube funding launch, founder of Clooper, Toks Adebiyi said, “We are really excited to be bringing Clooper to market. We look to create customer value in everything that we do and we know that the platform will make a huge difference and improve the experience of landlords and tenants whilst bringing fantastic opportunities for tradespeople. It’s a win win all round.”
The platform, Clooper, has already received a significant investment from leading property entrepreneur, Paul Rothwell of Yorkshire-based Empire Property. Rothwell has over a decade of experience in the build to let market and knowledge of the financial investment having raised over £35m through mini bonds.
This was posted in Bdaily's Members' News section by Charlotte Gribbin .
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