James Owusu CubicLease
Founder James Owusu says prospective tenants can find, view and make offers on properties straightaway

CubicLease launches residential self-viewing platform

The UK-based proptech firm has announced the launch of its residential property viewing platform.

With instant self-viewing booking and verification, CubicLease makes finding and letting homes quicker and more efficient for landlords, agencies and tenants.

As social distancing measures continue to disrupt the traditional residential viewings process, CubicLease offers a safe and convenient alternative, by facilitating the unaccompanied viewing of properties.

Following robust ID checks, prospects can book viewings, pick up keys from secure nearby locations, see properties, and make offers, without the need for social contact or multiple diary management. The whole process is tracked through location data, providing complete visibility and security at all times.

CubicLease aims to sign over 30,000 individual landlords and over 3,000 estate agencies and partners across the UK over the next 12 months. The firm has run successful trials over the last 12 months with a number of clients and users, paving the way for full launch.

James Owusu, founder and CEO of CubicLease, said: “After a lot of hard work over the past year or so, we are delighted to be launching CubicLease to market. Not only does our technology save significant time and inefficiencies in the lettings process, it also offers the safest and most convenient way to view properties during this current period of social distancing.

“Prospective tenants can find, view and make offers on properties straightaway, whilst landlords and agents have complete control and assurance via our ID, affordability and tracking tools. We believe this is the future of unoccupied home viewing and we are excited about the substantial interest we have already generated.”

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