Propertymark reduces the cost of protection for members
PRESS RELEASE: To support its ongoing commitment to reducing members’ costs, Propertymark has announced a series of measures to help agents at a time when the cost of doing business is at a high.
Membership subscription fees will remain the same as 2017, and the Propertymark CMP Levy will not be increased. To take this commitment further, Propertymark is announcing a collaboration with The Letting Partnership, to enable its members to save money on their annual Accountants Report.
The service launched for members who have a financial year-end date of 31st December 2017 or beyond and means that where members’ firms meet the eligibility criteria1, they will be able to save around £750 by completing a Letting Partnership HealthCheck instead. The Accountants Report typically costs £1,000 but the Letting Partnership HealthCheck will cost members just £250 + VAT; saving members an average of 75% on their Propertymark compliance costs.
David Cox, Chief Executive, ARLA Propertymark and Mark Hayward, Chief Executive, NAEA Propertymark commented:
“With the increased financial pressures faced by members, particularly with the impending tenant fees legislation, we are committed to reducing the costs incurred for members while making sure they have the best services available to help run their businesses efficiently. We’re therefore really pleased to be working with The Lettings Partnership, enabling our members to use their HealthChecks.”
Jennifer Markham, Chief Executive, The Letting Partnership, commented:
“The Letting Partnership was created with the express purpose of supporting and promoting professionalism within the property services industry specifically in the area of client accounting and client money protection. Our HealthChecks have already proved to be the quick and definitive way to confirm that client money is ‘in safe hands’ and we are delighted to be able to offer this service to Propertymark members as a cost effective alternative to accountant reports.”
Kindly shared by NAEA Propertymark