The 50 companies to make it onto Tempo’s ‘Super Startup’ list were whittled down from hundreds of contenders and were selected based on their company mission, employee reviews, careers pages, upfront information for potential new hires and “general buzz”.
“Deposits and the processes around them used to give us chills down the spine. flatfair has made it easy for landlords and renters alike.”
“The team are a bunch of passionate people, eager to improve people’s quality of life. Employees rate the culture highly and are excited about learning, development and progression opportunities they are given.”
flatfair’s ranking also positioned it as the top prop-tech firm on the list — 16 places higher than online mortgage broker Habito.
It comes after flatfair launched two new products this year including Resolve, a free-to-use online portal that enables landlords and tenants who have been financially affected by coronavirus to come up with achievable rent arrears repayment plans.
Since launching in 2016, flatfair has saved thousands of renters across Britain more than £10 million in up-front costs.
Franz Doerr, CEO at rental payment technology firm flatfair, commented:
“Tempo has recognised flatfair not only for our commitment to making renting fairer for everyone but also the many talented people who work behind the scenes to make it all possible.”
“To make this year’s Super Startups list is another feather in the cap for flatfair’s ongoing success story. This year, we have launched two new products including Boost, which provides landlords with up to 12 weeks of damage protection and charge recovery within one working day.”
“Not only that, but we have also teamed up with some exceptional partners and companies, including Vaboo and Homesearch to name a couple.”
“As we look to the future and our continued growth, we hope that we continue making waves in the rental market, making the tenancy journey more transparent and fairer for both landlords and tenants alike.”