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With the property boom responsible for soaring rents and predictions of a modest rise across the capital in the next few months, Trade Support Limited, the leading provider in industry solutions has revealed that its new technology is setting the standard with unprecedented success.

Early January saw the launch of their online property inventory system (www.inventorymanager.co.uk) into a skeptical marketplace. The concept of self-assessment inventories and the ability to create, complete and store inventory details online was certainly very different to conventional practices, although Trade Support was confident that the combination of convenience and low cost would prove too attractive for the industry to ignore.

This bold move into un-chartered waters is already proving a success nationwide: “We conducted extensive market research before launching the site, but nothing could have prepared us for the response we’ve received.” says director Paul Smith. “With over 400 agents currently subscribing and 700 inventories under negotiation, increasing numbers of tenants are also warming to the idea.” It’s clear that Inventory Clerks have got something to be worried about.

New technology seems to be what makes Paul Smith and Iain Gray the founders of Inventory Manager, thrive. Last week saw the launch of a host of new features, including the integration of check-out inventories into the site. This will enable agents, tenants and landlords to track any changes to the property and its contents over the tenancy period at no additional cost, adding much-needed transparency to the inventory process.

To further enhance their service, Trade Support has also added a news portal to the site, which will deliver property industry news from a wide range of sources.

For more information, please visit www.inventorymanager.co.uk or Tel: 0845 644 6717

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