Spike strengthens its presence in the property management sector by being awarded The Property Institute (TPI) partner status

Spike is delighted to announce it has been awarded TPI partner status and will work closely with the Institute and its members to tackle the major challenges the property management sector is facing.

TPI (formerly ARMA, IRPM) is the leading professional body for residential property management in England and Wales. With over 335 managing agent members collectively managing 55,000 blocks, 1.5 million homes, and over £1bn in client funds each year, TPI is renowned for promoting best practices, providing invaluable resources, and advocating for the interests of both managing agents and residents.

In recent years, the property management landscape has been reshaped by a number of factors, including changing regulatory environments, evolving tenant expectations, and an increasing emphasis on community. However, technology solutions have not kept pace, with research revealing that property managers waste over 480 hours a year on using inefficient systems and spend 288 hours annually on repetitive tasks that could otherwise be automated.


Drawing on over 13 years of experience in the property sector, Spike’s innovative property management platform, Spike PMS, helps property managers drive new efficiencies, discover compelling clarity and enhance tenant and leaseholder communication like never before.

By becoming a TPI Partner, Spike will benefit from access to a wealth of resources, including industry-leading guidance and networking events, whilst working closely with property managers to ensure its solutions continue to meet and support the evolving needs of the sector.

Jonny Wootten, Marketing Director at Spike comments, “We believe that property management should be smart, simple and seamless. By joining as a TPI Partner, we aim to provide and empower property managers with the tools they need to optimise, organise and thrive in today’s challenging world.”

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