- Goodlord offers a cloud-based software to help estate agents, landlords, and tenants manage the rental process.
- Philip Mundy, Richard White, and Tom Mundy founded the company in 2014. It was established in London, England.
Goodlord is a cloud-based platform trusted by hundreds of agencies across the UK.
Goodlord make renting easy through automated digital transactions, cutting agency time and spend by 50-75%. This enables agencies to focus on growing their business and providing a better service. They do this by creating a bespoke one-stop-shop by providing access to a dynamic suite of specialised services, including insurance, e-signing, referencing, e-payments, and more.
Goodlord work with ambitious, dynamic agencies who aspire to offer a better, fairer service to landlords and tenants.
Goodlord has raised a total of $34M in funding over 7 rounds. Their latest funding was announced on March 9, 2020 from a Series B round. Goodlord is funded by 13 investors. Oxx and Latitude are the most recent investors.
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Goodlord and Vouch
Based in Sheffield, Vouch was founded in 2017 by Simon and Jaime Tillyer, former letting agents with over 15 years experience. Vouch joined the Goodlord family in July 2020, becoming part of the Goodlord group. The group aims to offer its combined 2,500+ clients throughout the UK a wider choice of software offerings and access to a sector-leading end-to-end platform, which this integration has now achieved.
With both businesses offering complementary services to the sector, the integration has been designed to maximise choice for customers.
The integration means that users of the Goodlord platform can now benefit from Vouch’s fixed-cost digital referencing solution – which starts from £5 per reference – saving agents time without the need for outsourcing. Vouch is now also able to provide Goodlord customers access to new commission-based revenue streams, such as their home move assistant; a portal designed to ease the transition of home services for tenants.
In turn, agents currently benefiting from Vouch’s digital referencing services can access the award-winning features Goodlord has built to save agents time, ensure they remain compliant, and enable them to offer additional services to landlords and tenants. Goodlord’s industry-first model brings together all of the core elements of the lettings process – from sending the offer letter and signing contracts, to move-in services and insurance provision – in one streamlined online platform.
This integration of services also means that Vouch customers are able to provide Goodlord’s award-winning Rent Protection and Legal Expenses Insurance to their landlords.