Spicerhaart is restructuring its rental business to include more working from home, mirroring what it has done for its sales over the past year. As with sales, there will be a mix of traditional branch offices and digital-only remote work – this is what the company calls the Partner Program.
It says it is “expanding its geographic distribution of employees working flexibly from home, supported by its regional real estate centers and branch network.”
Spicerhaart adds that it will also acquire new businesses with rental books and expand its branch network.
Sat Basi will assume the role of Acting Director of Rental Operations, supporting Group Managing Director Antony Lark.
Basi has been in the industry for 30 years – half of which with Spicerhaart – and says: “I am delighted and see this as a great opportunity for us to take our business to the next level and be the number one agent. UK. for residential rentals and property management.
“We want to be the agent of choice for owners and rookies, and one of our main strengths is being able to take the lead and adapt to changes in the marketplace, through our significant investment in our technology. , our marketing and our teams.
He adds: “I am extremely proud of our staff retention in rentals, due to the excellent support our employees receive and I am proud to have presented all the awards that I have received to other people. or teams who have worked tirelessly to make the biggest difference.
Group CEO Antony Lark said: “We welcome new and innovative ideas and look forward to this new chapter in our development.
“Our partner program has really taken off and so it makes sense to roll it out in rental, with our first rental partners to be named. “