Who we are
PayProp is an automated payment and reconciliation platform specific to the lettings industry that is both easier to use and more powerful than solutions offered by banks and traditional software vendors.
PayProp was launched in 2004. Since then it has grown quickly to become a leading processor of rental payments for the property management industry, and today serves a large and diverse customer base of letting agents. Our platform sets the standard for speed and accuracy of payments as well as cost and payment status transparency, offering our customers complete transactional control and regulatory compliance. PayProp is part of the Humanstate Group, an international private technology services group with subsidiaries in the United Kingdom, Canada, Switzerland and South Africa.
- Launched in 2004
- £2.3 billion processed
- 500,000 tenancies
- Bank-grade security
- A Humanstate company
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44 London Road, Sevenoaks
Kent, TN13 1AS
+44 (0)20 3740 7614
357 Bay St, Suite 500, Toronto
ON M5H 2T7
85 Avenue Centrale
+41 (0) 24 495 2813
Waenhuis, 38 Dorp Street
+27 (0)87 820 7368
We actively support the work of the GivenGain Foundation to remind us of our company’s start-up philosophy, that “it is more blessed to give than to receive”.
GivenGain, a co-subsidiary in the Humanstate group, works from offices in Switzerland, the United Kingdom and South Africa. All donations made on the GivenGain platform are managed by the GivenGain Foundation, making GivenGain unique in the payments industry as a service by a non-profit for non-profits.
GivenGain is the leader in global fundraising activism. It is known primarily for two things:
- Allowing individual ‘activists’ to do extraordinary things in support of their fundraising efforts for their favourite causes
- Giving non-profit ‘causes’ the tools to build sustainable funding models, cement relationships and win support for the ideas they believe in.
It’s about altruism, equal dignity, and freedom of action — our understanding of what real philanthropy should be about.