Home » News » Rezi’s unique partnership to revolutionise ‘location’ for agents previous nextProptechRezi’s unique partnership to revolutionise ‘location’ for agentsDezrez says its new deal with What3words will make locating boards, entrances and local parking much quicker for suppliers and clients.Nigel Lewis21st December 20200569 Views Estate agency CRM giant Dezrez has launched a property-industry service that will enable agents to revolutionise the way they communicate with clients about location.Its Rezi platform used by thousands of branches is now integrated with What3Words, a British digital service that has chopped the world’s surface into three-metre squares and given each a unique name.For example, the three-metre square patch outside the front door of No.10 Downing Street can be found on What3words as ‘petal.truck.windy’.Dezrez says its integration with this service will enable agents to give property viewers exact locations for hard-to-find properties such as rural hideaways or large blocks of flats, and also locate new build developments or plots of land which don’t have addresses.Another practical use for the service is that it can be used to an estate agency board supplier exactly where to install or fix a For Sale or To Let board.Agents can also show viewers and staff where to park, all using Rezi’s new ‘drag and drop’ What3words functionality coupled to a satellite view of the property.Richard Milner (pictured), Head of Sales at Dezrez: “A world’s first for proptech, Dezrez’s integration with what3words is ideal for busy estate agents looking to make the viewing process a lot smoother for buyers, sellers and the agents themselves.“We are delighted to have teamed up with such an exciting and innovative company.”Luis Glaeser from What3words says: “Over the past year, I’ve been speaking to so many estate agents who were already using what3words for their properties manually.“They all loved it but always asked for ways to make it easier to integrate into their software.”Read more about Dezrez from The Negotiator.what3words Richard Milner dezrez December 21, 2020Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021
Drug trafficking and drug use increased in Russia after the fall of the Soviet regime in 1991. The country became one of the chief trafficking routes for drugs originating in Afghanistan and destined for Western Europe. In a joint operation by the FSB and the Russian Interior Ministry, Russian and Israeli citizens resident in Ecuador were detained with thirty kilos of cocaine originating in South America, this source indicated, according to Russian news agencies. The number of individuals detained was not specified. The drugs were transported to Russia and entered through the port of Novorosisk, on the Black Sea. By Dialogo May 24, 2011 It is great that the topic of drugs is getting some attention, specially because of what they do to this world A vast cocaine trafficking ring from South America to Russia has been dismantled in the region of Krasnodar (in southern Russia), the press service of the local branch of the Russian security services (FSB) indicated.
Life Fund Syndication sold the 21,248 sqm property in Jodenbreestraat as German institutional capital rediscovers its appetite for Dutch commercial real estate.Last week, Patrizia said it was investing €578m in a Dutch residential portfolio for a German pension fund, the largest deal in the sector’s history. Patrizia’s WohnModul I fund, set up for a German pension fund in 2012, will buy the 5,500-unit portfolio by year-end.Savills, which advised LaSalle on the Jodenbreestraat deal, said the acquisition was Amsterdam’s second largest city centre deal since 2009, following Hamburg institutional HiH’s €90m purchase of Prins en Keizer earlier this year.BVK, the Bavarian umbrella pension scheme for self-employed professionals, has close to €60bn in total assets and is ramping up its global real estate exposure.It is currently investing in global real estate through a number of mandates, including two €500m global mandates by LaSalle and CBRE Global Investors, a pan-European core strategy managed by Invesco Real Estate, a global fund-of-funds strategy managed by UBS Global Asset Management, and two listed property strategies managed by LaSalle and Principal Global Investors. Bayerische Ärzteversorgung (BÄV), the pension fund for doctors in Bavaria, has bought a mixed-use property in the Netherlands for €80m.The building in Amsterdam was acquired by LaSalle Investment Management on behalf of BÄV, one of 12 institutions that make up Germany’s pension fund giant BVK.The deal, the first LaSalle has done for BÄV/BVK in Europe, comes a year after BVK awarded LaSalle a €500m mandate to invest in global real estate.Claus Thomas, international director for the client capital group at LaSalle, said: “Although the focus of our acquisition efforts for this mandate is predominantly North America and Asia-Pacific, this asset fits the strategy and complements the acquisitions we already have made in Australia, Canada and the US.”
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The BJP on Saturday appointed Lok Sabha MP Sanjay Jaiswal as its Bihar unit president and Amber MLA Satish Poonia as the chief of the Rajasthan unit.In a statement issued in New Delhi, the party said its president Amit Shah had approved the appointments and also that of Ajay Kumar as the general secretary (organisation) for Uttarakhand.Dr .Jaiswal, 53, is a three-time party MP from the West Champaran Lok Sabha constituency. A doctor by profession, he replaced Nityanand Rai who, earlier, was appointed as Minister of State for Home Affairs in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s the Cabinet.Dr. Jaiswal is also the chief whip of the party in the Lok Sabha. He had first won the Lok Sabha seat in 2009 and then in 2014. He defeated Rashtriya Lok Samata Party (RLSP) candidate Brijesh Kumar Kushwaha by 2.93 lakh votes in the 2019 poll.Dr. Jaiswal’s father Dr Madan Prasad Jaiswal had also been a three-time party MP from the constituency which, earlier, was known as Bettiah LS seat, in 1996, 1998 and 1999.Dr. Jaiswal had done his MBBS from the Patna Medical College and Hospital (PMCH) while MD (general medicine) from the Darbhanga Medical College and Hospital (DMCH). He expressed his thanks to Mr. Shah for reposing faith in him.“This is an election year and party has entrusted great trust and faith in me…I’ll try my best to come up to the expectations of the top leadership,” he told the media in West Champaran.The appointment of Mr. Poonia, MLA from Jaipur district’s Amber constituency, came two-and-a-half months after the death of State chief Madan Lal Saini on June 24. Hailing from Churu’s Rajgarh town, Mr. Poonia, 55, is considered close to the RSS.An influential Jat leader, Mr. Poonia is known for his organisational skills and served as the State general secretary four times between 2004 and 2014. His appointment was made at a crucial time — just before the local body elections.Mr. Poonia was at present the party State spokesperson and was also looking after its membership drive. The strategy to appoint the Jat leader threw a major challenge before the ruling Congress ahead of the municipal polls, as the latter is under pressure to give a senior position in the party structure to the community.Mr. Poonia told reporters at the party headquarters in Jaipur that his working style would remain the same in his new capacity and the party workers were happy on the selection of a person “from among themselves”. “We will work for progress of all sections of society and strengthen the BJP at the booth level.”He alleged that the Congress had betrayed the farmers and the youth and neglected the law and order, which had led to a sharp increase in crimes. He said the BJP, while playing an effective role as the Opposition, would give a tough fight to the Congress in the local body polls and by-elections in two Assembly seats this year.
Baby Buggy, founded by Jessica Seinfeld, today announced that it has changed its name to GOOD+ Foundation.What started 15 years ago as a small New York City charity addressing babies’ needs has evolved into a major philanthropic organization that annually grants millions of dollars in products and services to proven anti-poverty programs serving mothers, fathers and their children across the country.“Since our inception we have tried to find new ways of helping children and families outgrow poverty. I am incredibly proud of our success and humbled by the support from our donors, volunteers and partners,” said Founder and Board President Jessica Seinfeld. “GOOD+ Foundation’s tagline — ‘Partnerships for Stronger Families’— signals our unique approach: teaming up with leading life-changing programs that use our donated goods to help motivate parents to play a more active role in their own progress. Our new name recognizes that it is the GOODs PLUS the education and services our partners provide that move families out of poverty.”GOOD+ Foundation is both a grant-seeking and grant-making organization. Its partner network is carefully selected through an application process.“Together with our partners, we help keep parents engaged in meeting important goals, such as earning a GED, completing a parenting class, building job and life skills or securing better housing,” said GOOD+ Foundation Executive Director Katherine Snider. “Our in-kind grants of products and technical services are highly sought after by our partners because they enhance the services they provide to families and also help with their own employee retention. Our collaboration with Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) is a great example of our successful model.”NFP is a renowned program for new and expecting low-income mothers that has demonstrated higher rates of maternal employment, lower rates of child abuse and neglect, and better child school readiness.“Many of the families in our programs just don’t have access to the same resources that the majority of new parents enjoy,” said Roxane White, CEO of Nurse-Family Partnership, an evidence-based maternal and early childhood health program. “By working together with GOOD+ Foundation over the past 10 years, we have been able to give low-income, first-time moms the support and the tools they need to provide their babies with the best possible start in life. This has included nearly 1.3 million baby items that GOOD+ Foundation has distributed to 23 of our programs across the country.”In honor of the name change, eight corporate donors have each pledged or given at least $100,000 in products, services or financial support to GOOD+ Foundation in 2016, including Boppy, Bravado Designs, ErgoBaby, Lansinoh, Seventh Generation, The Children’s Place, UPPAbaby and Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP. For more information on this campaign and ways to participate, visit the GOOD+ Foundation website at www.goodplusfoundation.org.
(Police on the trail of Trystan Ashley Sago, 32, from Sagamok Anishnawbek First Nation, following violent incident involving firearm early Tuesday. OPP handout)APTN National NewsPolice dogs and an OPP tactical unit were on the trail of a 32-year-old Sagamok Anishnawbek man Tuesday following an incident that put the Ontario First Nation under lockdown throughout the day.The OPP said in a press release issued Tuesday evening that the search continued for Trystan Ashley Sago, who was described as being 5’11, weighing about 185 lbs. and with short dark hair.The OPP release said events began to unfold shortly after 9:30 a.m. in the community after officers with the Anishinabek Police and the OPP were called to respond to an incident involving a firearm at a residence.Now, an OPP tactical unit, along with the provincial police agency’s canine unit and the crime unit from the OPP detachment in Sudbury, Ont., are all involved in the manhunt for Sao, according to the release.The release said Sago was “armed and dangerous.”All band operated offices—along with two schools—on the Sagamok Anishnawbek First Nation were put into lockdown earlier in the day as a result of an “incident involving violence” linked to Sago.The Biidaaban Kinoomaagegamik and Shiki Waase Aabin Binoojiinh Gamik schools were put on lockdown and all residents in the community were told to lock their doors and cover their windows until the band council gives the all clear, according to a notice issued by the band council.“Due to an incident involving violence in the community the Sagamok Anishnawbek chief and council is initiating a community-wide emergency lockdown,” said the notice, sent out early Tuesday. “According to police, the immediate danger is coming from an armed community member that is at large within the community.”Sagamok First Nation sits about 100 kilometres west of Sudbury, Ont.
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – A travel advisory has been issued for all highways north of the Peace River.A winter storm warning remains in place for the B.C. Peace. The heavy snow and strong winds have caused dangerous road conditions. YRB North Peace Quality Manager Greg McNeil said the travel advisory was issued just before midnight Friday morning. McNeil said that heavy winds and snowfall have caused hazardous driving conditions, and road maintenance crews are recommending that all non-essential travel stop until the travel advisory has ended.Caribou Road Services previously issued a travel advisory for Highway 97 between Chetwynd and Taylor on Thursday evening. The arctic front that brought the winter storm warning will stick around until Friday with some areas receiving up to 25 cm of snow.
PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. – Fourteen people arrested while protesting a pipeline in northwestern British Columbia will have to wait about two months to learn if contempt charges against them will be pursued as a criminal or civil matter.The 14 were in court in Prince George Monday after being arrested Jan. 7 when heavily armed RCMP officers dismantled a blockade south of Houston, B.C.Justice Marguerite Church agreed with a request to put the matter over to April 15 to give more time to go over disclosure and allow the B.C. Criminal Justice Branch to consider how to proceed. Whether to move to the matter to Smithers, closer to where the defendants live, will also be considered at the April hearing.Arrests began after Coastal GasLink won an interim injunction prohibiting protesters from impeding pre-construction work on the $6.2-billion pipeline which would carry natural gas from northeastern B.C. to Kitimat.The gas would then be liquefied for shipment overseas as part of the recently approved $40-billion LNG Canada project.Meanwhile, those opposing a permanent injunction against any further blockades of the pipeline now have until Feb. 20 to make their case after the deadline was extended from Jan. 31.Coastal GasLink has been given until May 31 to file its response. (Prince George Citizen)