Spleet Announces Partnership with Repit to Offer Rental Support for Africans Relocating to the UK
Through this partnership, Africans who are relocating to the UK will receive a 5% discount from Spleet to access Repit's services. The partnership is expected to benefit Africans relocating to the UK for work, study, or family reasons.
Spleet is excited to announce a partnership with UK-based rental assistance specialists, Repit. Repit provides relocation support, property search, viewings, referencing guidance, paperwork negotiations and settling-in advice. This partnership aims to provide relocation and rental support for Africans moving to the UK.
Here's how to access the discount:
- Create a Spleet member account here.
- Confirm your account and log into your member dashboard.
- Follow the instructions on your member dashboard to the Repit website to apply the discount code.
Through this partnership, Africans who are relocating to the UK will receive a 5% discount from Spleet to access Repit's range of services - including guidance on what to expect from the UK rental market and how to process in different situations, with access to a dashboard to track their property options easily. The partnership will benefit Africans relocating to the UK for work, study, or family reasons.
'We are excited to partner with Repit to provide Africans with rental support during their relocation to the UK,' said Akintola Adesanmi, CEO and Co-founder of Spleet. 'Moving to a new country can be challenging, especially when finding a new home. Immigrants often face difficulty during this process due to unfamiliarity with the UK rental market and legal requirements, no payslip to show financial backing, no guarantors etc. Our partnership with Repit will make the process easier and stress-free for everyone.'
Relocating to the UK soon? Sign up for the free Spleet x Repit webinar to learn about the rental market in the UK, where to look for properties, how to approach viewings, prepare for negotiations with landlords, and the documents needed to successfully pass the referencing checks.