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Goodnest Home Services Platform Partners with Tenancy

Goodnest Partners with Tenancy To Give Property Managers Easier Way To Book Tradies

Goodnest, New Zealand’s leading On Demand Home services platform today has partnered with Tenancy.co.nz to give Property Managers an option to book tradies and cleaners right inside their portal. Tenancy.co.nz is New Zealand’s one stop shop in providing resources, products and services to property owners. By partnering with Goodnest, property owners not only can check tenant’s background history but also book any maintenance or service jobs easily one location.

Goodnest now integrated into the Tenancy portal which is accessible for those registered with Tenancy.co.nz as a property manager. This allows direct access to Goodnest’s booking platform from within Tenancy.co.nz. “Property managers now have the ability to book tradespeople quickly and easily with Goodnest without leaving Tenancy.co.nz. Our platform dramatically reduces the time property managers spend organising tradespeople, while keeping tenants better informed. We are excited to be able to partner with Tenancy who shares a common goal of making things easier for property managers” James MacAvoy, founder of Goodnest, said in regard to the integration of Goodnest into Tenancy.co.nz. Goodnest offers competitive pricing for their range of services that include plumbers, handymen, electricians, specialist cleaners, and gardeners - giving those who use them a lower bill along with an easy experience.

Goodnest anticipates announcing further partnerships and integrations in the coming months as they extend the reach their platform can to other online properties. Tenancy.co.nz offer an extensive range of services including credit checking, tenancy agreements, resources, guides and training, that includes weekly videos, for landlords, consultancy and New Zealand's largest tenancy focused debt collection company. Goodnest currently operates in Auckland, Hamilton, Tauranga, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin. Goodnest has a current offering of Plumbing, Electrical, Gardening, Handyman, House Washing, Commercial Office Cleaning, and Home/Deep cleaning services.


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