Home » News » Rentr explains how its business works after industry “confusion” previous nextProducts & ServicesRentr explains how its business works after industry “confusion”Clarification comes after comments about landlords and agents being able to ‘access the same technologies’ prompts concerns.Nigel Lewis6th March 201701,551 Views App-based property management solution Rentr has issued a clarification about how it’s business works after “confusion” within the industry that it appeared to be offering landlords the ability to upload their properties directly to Rightmove and Zoopla.The issue is a sensitive one as many agents are understandably suspicious of online-only agents because they allow landlords to upload their own listings, which in turn are uploaded to the big national portals via the agent’s feeds.The problems started when the proptech firm announced last week that it had launched a new web interface that enabled “landlords and tenants to handle all aspects of their residential lets via a computer as well as via [our] app”.Rightmove and ZooplaTo some agents this sounded like a direct line to Rightmove and Zoopla, particularly because unlike many other online-only agents Rentr separates the price of listing a portal within its ‘suite’ of services – at £15 – and also because its landlords have now been given their own portal to complete each listing.“We wanted to build a great platform for direct and agency services to allow private, DIY landlords to access the same technologies as letting agents and to be able to access it whenever and wherever required,” Vik Tara, the firm’s co-founder (pictured, above) said last week.“Each individual can choose the elements that suit their personal circumstances so they can choose how much they rely on letting agents or their own resources.”Since then Rentr says it has encountered “a little confusion” about this aspect of its new portal for landlords, and wanted to clarify that Rentr landlords are effectively passed on as leads from Rentr Ltd – the technology side of the business – to Rentr Agency Services – one of its agency partners run through Warwickshire-based agency Tara and Co.The company reiterated that the “advertising is not direct”, a spokesperson told The Negotiator.Rentr March 6, 2017Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021
When most Georgians think about Rock Eagle, images of 4-H’ers enjoying summer camp come to mind. But long before Rock Eagle 4-H Center was established, the property was home to an extended pioneer family, a bustling country inn and a large working farm. Visitors can visit the pioneer site during the next session of Saturday at the Rock, which is set for Oct. 19 from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the center in Eatonton. As part of the Georgia 4-H Environmental Education Program, a turn of the century homestead was recreated at Rock Eagle. “The authenticity of Rock Eagle’s pioneer site transports visitors back in time. Participating in traditional homestead activities brings awareness to youth and adults alike about the differences of life in the early 1900s,” said Matt Hammons, Rock Eagle program coordinator.The center’s interpretive staff gives tours of a renovated saddlebag house, a smokehouse, teaching garden, a chicken coup and more. Visitors can even tend the garden, use hand tools and pump water. Participants should wear comfortable shoes as there is a half-mile hike to reach the site. This Saturday at the Rock session is appropriate for all ages and costs $5 per person. Advanced registration is required. For more information, call Hammons at (706) 484-2862 or email him at [email protected] Saturday at the Rock programs take place the third Saturday of each month, excluding December. A complete schedule of sessions can be found at www.rockeagle4h.org/ee/community/SaturdayattheRock.html.
By Dialogo February 11, 2011 The Narcotics Section of the U.S. Attorney’s Office has created a special unit dedicated to dismantling emerging drug-trafficking criminal gangs in Colombia, the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Miami announced on 9 February. The U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida, Wilfredo Ferrer, said that this new investigative section is designed to identify gangs (Bacrim) that have arisen in Colombia to fill the power vacuum left by the fall of the Norte del Valle cartel and the dismantling of the paramilitary United Self-Defense Units of Colombia (AUC). “The United States government will not rest until we eradicate the BACRIMs and destroy their ability to ply their trade, as we did the former drug cartels,” Ferrer said. On 8 February, a Miami grand jury returned an indictment against Diego Pérez Henao, alias Diego Rastrojo, a thirty-nine-year-old Colombian believed to be the leader of one of these new criminal gangs, known as “Los Rastrojos” [The Stubble]. The indictment charges Pérez Henao with conspiracy to manufacture and distribute large amounts of cocaine, in the knowledge that it would be illegally imported into the United States. If found guilty, Pérez Henao would face a maximum sentence of life imprisonment, the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Miami indicated. U.S. charges are also pending against eight other members of these gangs, the office added. Colombian “law enforcement’s success in removing the leadership of the major Colombian drug trafficking organizations has resulted in smaller groups, or bands of criminals, coming together to continue large-scale importation of cocaine into the United States,” the special agent in charge of the DEA office in Miami, Mark R. Trouville, indicated. “Los Rastrojos” are one of seven criminal gangs, made up in part of former paramilitaries, operating in Colombia today. The regrouping of drug traffickers in these emerging groups is a concern for and one of the priorities of Juan Manuel Santos’s Colombian administration, which relies on strong U.S. support for the fight against drugs.
Name trails Wolf, Lynx and Bear will offer additional content for all hikers, recreationists and nature lovers who tens of thousands pass through Barać’s caves every year. The trails are located in a protected area, and on them can be spent from 20 minutes to 3 hours of pleasant walks through deciduous forests and grasslands, following in the footsteps of wildlife. They were opened in the locality of Barać’s caves in the area of the municipality of Rakovica three newly renovated and traced educational and recreational hiking trails which got their names from the great beasts that inhabit here. “Guests are always looking for additional facilities to extend their stay, and this is one of them and it is predicted that tens of thousands of people will pass through the new educational trails this year.” ističu iz Baraćevih špilja. In addition to pedestrian signs and markings, digital maps have been designed for easy download to a mobile phone.
Super Bowl 53: The best reactions from Maroon 5’s halftime show 2 — The Rams became just the second team ever to not score a touchdown in the Super Bowl. The 1971 Dolphins were the first. 107 — Brady and Belichick are a combined 107 years old. That is the oldest QB-coach duo in Super Bowl history.OptaJerry contributed to this report Super Bowl 53: Tony Romo makes hilarious joke during pregame introduction Tom Brady completed 21 of his 35 passes for 262 yards with an interception in the victory. He and coach Bill Belichick have now won six championships together. Sony Michel added 94 rushing yards and a touchdown for New England.Here are 10 incredible stats from the Patriots’ win. Related News 2:08 — Tom Brady was picked off on his first pass, which came 2:08 into the game. It was the third fastest interception in a Super Bowl since 1996.18 — Rob Gronkowski became the all-time leader in receptions by a tight end in Super Bowl history when he hauled in a 19-yard pass from Brady in the first quarter. It was his 18th career catch in a title game. He finished with 87 receiving yards against the Rams.9 — The Patriots and Rams finished the first 15 minutes tied at 0-0. It was the ninth scoreless first quarter in Super Bowl history.26 — The Rams tallied just 26 yards on the ground in the first half and finished with 62 in the loss. They averaged 139.4 rushing yards per game during the regular season.7 — The Rams were the first team ever to punt on their first seven possessions of a Super Bowl.11 — Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman pulled in 10 catches for 141 yards in the victory. He became the 11th player ever to record six or more receptions in multiple Super Bowls.3 — The Rams and Patriots combined for just three points through the first two quarters. It was the second-lowest scoring first half in Super Bowl history. The Steelers held a 2-0 lead over the Vikings at halftime in Super Bowl 9.65 — Johnny Hekker tallied a 65-yard punt with 8:36 remaining in the third quarter. It was the longest punt in Super Bowl history. The Patriots are Super Bowl champions once again.New England took home its latest title by pulling out a 13-3 win over the Rams on Sunday at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. It was the lowest-scoring game in Super Bowl history.
Dak Prescott turns down $30M per year offer from Cowboys, report says Jones’ response didn’t exactly clear things up.”Picture you were a driver of a car and you had a wreck and your hand was almost severed off, but you didn’t understand your anatomy,” Jones said, via The Dallas Morning News. “You look down, you’re spurting blood, you open the door, and run to the woods, and either die bleeding to death or shock. The educated man looks down, knows his anatomy, squeezes and knows his best chance is to wait for help. That’s because he’s been there a lot and done that. So I’m squeezing and waiting for help.” Related News Wait, what does that mean? Jones didn’t clear that up, either.”Pull it out of my …,” Jones said. “We’re having an anatomy lesson. The best one of all. I wish I were that quick.”It’s unclear who is going to “help” or how that will aid in the Cowboys’ contract issues. Elliott has two years left on his rookie deal, but has been absent from training camp and reportedly has threatened to hold out for the season if he doesn’t get his desired deal.Prescott reportedly turned down a contract that would pay him $30 million a year and instead is seeking a deal that would average $40 million a year.Both Prescott and Cooper said at the start of training camp that they aren’t worried about their contracts.Still, with the Cowboys’ camp in Southern California ending Thursday, the team isn’t close to a deal with any of the offensive stars.But Jones reiterated his stance, this time with a little clearer analogy as he pointed to the recent past as an example of when things go wrong relative to the salary cap, pointing when the Cowboys were forced to release franchise sacks leader DeMarcus Ware after the 2013 season. He signed with the Broncos and won a Super Bowl ring. “It’s not like me going out here and buying something that I have to decide whether I want to just spend to have that,” Jones told reporters (via ESPN.com). “That’s not it at all. It’s that I’ve got to realize that I can let a DeMarcus Ware out of here because I don’t have enough money because I paid it to too many others.”That’s happened to me, and I don’t want it to happen again. And we’ve got some top talent here.”Translation: The bottom line is still the bottom line. Michael Irvin thinks Cowboys need Ezekiel Elliott to win another Super Bowl O.J. Simpson weighs in on Ezekiel Elliott’s contract, Antonio Brown’s return to camp Jerry Jones has used odd analogies a time or three to describe football, but this one might take the cake.While at training camp in Oxnard, California, Jones on Tuesday was asked about the contract situations with quarterback Dak Prescott, running back Ezekiel Elliott and receiver Amari Cooper.
Serrato is accused of hitting Martin Granado Jr. of Whittier on July 25 as he walked home on Lambert Road, west of Mills Avenue in the unincorporated area of Whittier, according to CHP reports. If convicted, Serrato faces a minimum of four years or a maximum of 10 years in prison. Ramirez also continued the young woman’s bail of $100,000. Sitting in the back of the courtroom taking in the proceedings were more than a dozen of Granado family members and friends. Deputy District Attorney Robert Britton did not fight the defense’s continuation request. • Photo Gallery: Martin Granado funeralWHITTIER – The arraignment Thursday for a Pico Rivera woman charged with gross vehicular manslaughter in the death of a 15-year-old California High School student while intoxicated was continued to Oct. 4. The attorney for defendant Melissa Serrato, 27, asked Judge Daniel P. Ramirez of Whittier Superior Court, Division Three, for the continuance to give a defense expert time to go over the evidence. “We need a little time for our expert to go over the evidence collected because we believe it shows the charge against my client is wrong,” attorney Stephan A. DeSales, said outside the courtroom. “It’s not unusual for the defense to want a continuance to have their experts go over the evidence,” he said. By law, Britton said, his office cannot disclose details about the case until after the preliminary hearing. According to CHP records, Serrato was heading west on Lambert in a 2007 Toyota Matrix at about 40 mph when she hit Granado, who would have been a sophomore at Cal High this fall. He later died of his injuries at UC Irvine Medical Center. Serrato was administered a breath test at the scene but authorities have not released the results. For the Granado family, the younger Martin’s death was the second they endured in a week’s span. The elder Martin’s cousin, Ralph Granado, 55, of Covina was struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver July 20 on the San Bernardino (10) Freeway. He was rear-ended by a Toyota Yaris, and the impact knocked him off his motorcycle. As he tried to stand up, Ralph Granado was fatally struck by another vehicle that fled the scene. Authorities are still looking for the driver of the second vehicle. The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the death of Ralph Granado. [email protected] (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3028 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Eden Hazard returns for Chelsea, who have John Obi Mikel at centre-back in their game at Bournemouth.Gary Cahill and John Terry are both out injured, while Matt Miazga is on the bench and Jake Clarke-Salter captained the Under-18s in their FA Youth Cup game at Manchester City on Friday night.Chelsea make three changes in total, with Nemanja Matic replacing Cahill, Hazard coming in for Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Asmir Begovic in goal for the suspended Thibaut Courtois.Lewis Grabban and Marc Pugh are back in the Bournemouth side, with Matt Ritchie and Max Gradel making way in the two changes from the side that lost to Liverpool. Callum Wilson is again on the bench as he looks to build up his fitness, while Benik Afobe is also a substitute having recovered from a hamstring injury.AFC Bournemouth: Boruc; Francis, Elphick, Cook, Daniels; Stanislas, Surman, Gosling, Pugh; Grabban, King. Subs: Federici, Wiggins, MacDonald, O’Kane, Ritchie, Wilson, Afobe.Chelsea: Begovic; Azpilicueta, Ivanovic, Mikel, Baba; Matic, Fabregas; Pedro, Willian, Hazard; Diego Costa. Subs: Amelia, Miazga, Loftus-Cheek, Kenedy, Traore, Pato, Falcao.See also:Chelsea won’t have it easy, warns Bournemouth bossTerry could be back to face TottenhamBlues looking for strong finish ahead of new era under ConteBournemouth v Chelsea: match preview, team news, facts and figuresFollow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
For 17 years he was the voice of Humboldt State University football.Now the North Coast — and nation — can once again listen to JB Mathers call games.Mathers, along with HSU’s former Sports Information Director, Andrew Goetz, have partnered with the Hot Mic app to announce live San Francisco 49ers games as well as other nationally televised NFL games on Thursdays, Sundays and Mondays.“I’m excited to be calling football again,” Mathers said. “I love doing play-by-play for what I consider to …
They both love WWE. They are new-age tight ends who block (and who relish blocking) like tackles and catch like wide receivers.So by the power vested in me as a dues paying NFL know-it-all, I now pronounce you, George Kittle and Rob Gronkowski, bro besties.You may exchange fist bumps.I freely admit that I am egregiously late to this comparison. The new component in this dynamic: Gronk. The Patriots’ force of nature, retired (but NFL — not for long — it says here), recently appeared on the …