KPR: property software
We provide useful tools to streamline property management. Our reports are the latest in midterm efficiency and include:
- Habitation Check List (FFHH)
- Midterm Inspection, with various seasonal reports
- Quick Inspection, Fire Risk Assessment
- Legionella Risk Assessment (we also sell the kits)
- Block Management Reporting
- Dilapidation, and Schedule of Condition Reports
Our software saves outsourcing costs, thus increasing revenue. It provides consistency in reports, helps you stay fully compliant, and increases company profile with an added White Labelling feature, allowing company branded reports.
We also offer our bespoke Tenants App with our Plus package, allowing agent to tenant communication via smartphone, to report maintenance issues, and give the tenant access to digital copies of important documentation, certification, acknowledgements, and instruction manuals of goods exclusive to their rental property.
With packages from as little as £35+VAT per month, we have over 2000 users globally, from small agencies to multi-branch corporate agencies, that produce thousands of reports daily.
Offer to members
KPR is proud to be a Propertymark Industry Supplier and will honour a 20% discount on our ‘Plus’ packages for all members; simply quote your membership number and start enjoying the discounts.
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Industry supplier news
The outsourced provider of client accounting services has won the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in 2021, in the innovation category for its Client Money HealthChecks and commended for being ‘outstanding’.
TDS ran a poll amongst letting agents to find out where the most time was spent in the tenancy deposit process. Nearly half of agents reported that dealing with deposit disputes took the most time, with over a third stating that the end-of-tenancy was heaviest on administration.
Inadequate or insufficient insurance cover may result in serious financial loss and can affect organisations of any size, and the pandemic has resulted in many businesses reviewing their cover in a more challenging environment.