A new HMO and co-living property management platform launches today, aimed at optimising tenancy occupancy.
The service – called COHO – claims to help property investors and managers remove much of the admin effort from running a shared house via a series of digital tools.
These allow the automatic listing of available rooms in a property to online portals, unified messaging to keep track of communications with service and maintenance suppliers, and the automation of important tasks with reminders to ensure compliance with the latest regulations.
COHO also offers a showcase for HMOs, which can be viewed by prospective tenants.
Founder Vann Vogstad, who describes himself as “a serial entrepreneur” says: “Covid has hugely accelerated the evolution of the private rental sector. With changing economics many new people are looking to HMOs for affordable living, but do not want to forego quality, and definitely don’t want to feel they live with people they don’t get on with.”
This post has originally been featured in Letting Agent Today.