For agents & consultants
Serve your clients better and faster
Find out who owns your client’s neighbouring properties in seconds.
Uncover largest property owners in any given location.
Unearth and introduce off-market deals to your clients.
Identify and map your potential client’s property portfolio before you meet them.
Shortlist target assets and land by size, type & location according to client needs.
Create custom searches and then drill into a list of all the properties. Check the ownership, use type, size, rateable values, etc.
Understand a company’s portfolio better, including all subsidiaries and parent companies/ultimate owners.
Increase your market awareness. Create summaries by postcode revealing largest owners and premises type distribution.
Some of our customers
WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY
«Thank you for convincing us to subscribe the service. It has assisted us with doing deals already and looking forward to more successes with it in the near future»
Paul Heale, Director Investment & Development
«Kimmre now use Datscha as one of our standard business tools, which enables us to carry out our site due-diligence and allows us to better service our clients. The tool has been enormously helpful, and we look forward to utilising the further innovations that are continuously being developed by your team»
Mike Needham MRICS, Partner
«We are already finding Datscha a valuable tool, whether it’s just to find out who owns a particular property, or whether it is to understand the breadth of a particular investor’s holdings in the UK»
Mat Oakley, Head of European Commercial Research
«The ability to upload and manipulate in-house information is a feature other data providers either don’t have, or are very clunky to use»
Ian Cameron, Lease Advisory and Valuation
«Datscha is an invaluable service. In the past year alone it’s helped me find 3 sites for my clients; paying for itself many times over. Thanks to its accurate ownership, planning and transaction data, it allows us to be proactive and uncover off market sites. It now forms part of our standard client due diligence process»
Ned Langlands Pearse, Surveyor