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The proptech startup, which specialises in property management for landlords on short-let sites such as Airbnb, has expanded into Cardiff, Windsor and Belfast.
Jane Imrie

London proptech startup expands into three new UK cities

London-based property management firm Pass The Keys has announced its expansion into three new UK cities through its new partnership programme.

The proptech startup, which specialises in property management for landlords on short-let sites such as Airbnb, has expanded into Cardiff, Windsor and Belfast.

Founded in 2015, Pass The Keys already operates in 14 UK cities, including London, Brighton, Manchester, Edinburgh, York and Oxford as a result of its new franchise partnership programme, with more cities set to follow in the coming months.

The programme offers partners, such as estate agents, property investors and business owners, access to the platform allowing them to operate and manage hundreds of short-let properties simultaneously through a single user interface.

Pass the Keys CEO Alexander Lyakhotskiy commented: “We are extremely excited to already have new partners onboard, and we’re looking forward to building their portfolios with them and helping them achieve success.”

He continued: “It’s taken us three years to learn how to manage a short-let property portfolio at scale, and I can tell you it’s not as easy as it seems!”

“We are excited to be able to put this knowledge to good use, and enable local entrepreneurs to bring our short-let management service to hosts and guests in all corners of the UK - and then hopefully see it expand around the world!”

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