Lettings News

The ValPal Network Integrates with Reapit

Em Morley - June 12, 2018

Reapit, the platform used by estate agents to run and grow their businesses, has now integrated with real estate appraiser The ValPal Network.

The integration with the appraiser from Beckenham, which now consists of over 800 agency brands with over 4,000 offices, is designed to help clients of Reapit, the CRM software provider for property professionals, to convert more online valuations into instructions.

The ValPal Network has stated that this “combined PropTech solution provides agents with a 24/7 digital service that saves administration time and allows them to effectively track conversions.”

Reapit clients can integrate with The ValPal Network in one of two ways. One option is to allow agents to process online valuation leads like portal enquiries, automatically converting leads and checking them against existing contacts. Agents would then also be able to track online valuations through to actual completions in order to get a true measure of Return on Investment (ROI).

The other option is to integrate with RPS Digital, which is Reapit’s suite of digital tools that allow agents to book and confirm valuation appointments for sales and lettings through websites and other digital tools.

Gary Barker, CEO of Reapit, says:”Our combined solutions offer a true 24/7 lead generation and conversion solution for agents.

“Agents are increasingly offering online valuation services on their websites with the aim of generating leads, so it is important that we provide our clients with an option to integrate with the online valuation sector’s leading provider.”

Craig Vile, Director of The ValPal Network, adds: “We’re delighted to be able to integrate with Reapit and offer their clients an easy way to implement a streamlined and highly effective online valuation service.”

“The option for prospective clients to be able to book market appraisals via Reapit is invaluable and is already helping scores of agents to convert more of their leads into instructions.”