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Laing+Simmons appoints RealtyAssist as ‘Buy-Now-Pay-Later’ Service Provider

After conducting extensive research into the ever-growing real estate ‘Buy-Now-Pay-Later’ services, Laing+Simmons has officially appointed RealtyAssist Australia as its Corporate Partner and preferred supplier.

Chief Executive Officer of Laing+Simmonds, Leanne Pilkington said, “After reviewing all the providers in that space, it was clear that RealtyAssist could provide the most to our network.” 

Further adding, “We spoke to a number of businesses already using RealtyAssist, and the feedback has been amazing in regards to the products on offer and the level of customer service provided!”

RealtyAssist’s ‘one-stop-shop’ mentality was at the centre of the decision. The product set offered by RealtyAssist includes the ability to aid selling vendors, leasing landlords, agents, agencies and tenants. In addition, RealtyAssist’s ability to provide settlement funding for sold properties that are pending settlement will provide the network with immediate opportunity.

Compliance and branding were also considered, and the fact that RealtyAssist provides a platform that can create clean, well branded, and compliant invoices and receipts means the entire Laing+Simmons network can be consistent in finance communications.

In addition, the decision means that trust fund management will be much smoother.

RealtyAssist’s technology ensures all payments made to agencies are line by line itemised, meaning Laing+Simmons admin and finance staff members can easily attribute payments to properties by address, saving countless hours in reconciliation.

To learn more about RealtyAssist, you can book a demo here.

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