Spike strengthens its industry presence by joining the UK Single-Family Association

Spike is proud to announce that it has become the first PropTech company to join the UK Single-Family Association (UK SFA), a not-for-profit organisation committed to advancing industry standards and best practices within the Single-Family Rental (SFR) sector.


Through its membership with the UK SFA, Spike will actively participate in initiatives aimed at addressing key challenges facing the sector, and champion the role of technology in enhancing property management, tenant relations, and increasing operational efficiency.



By joining the UK SFA, Spike gains access to a diverse network of industry professionals and thought leaders, as well as valuable resources and educational opportunities. This reaffirms Spike’s commitment to staying at the forefront of industry developments and contributing towards the advancement of the SFR sector.



Richard Berridge, UK SFA CEO, comments: We are thrilled to announce Spike’s membership of the UK SFA, and be the first PropTech company supporting our mission. Spike is a leading light in the PropTech sector, connecting people and properties. Their approach to innovation advancement compliments the values of the UK SFA and I am confident Spike will be a valuable voice in the Association as we seek to drive positive change in the SFR sector.”



Jonny Wootten, Marketing Director at Spike, comments: “We are delighted to become members of the UK Single-Family Association. The rise in Single-Family Rental homes provides an exciting opportunity for the BTR sector, and by collaborating with other members and stakeholders, this will ensure our solutions continue to support and meet the evolving needs of the market.”



Spike is already working with a growing number of SFR operators, with Casa by Moda recently rolling out its resident portal across its Casa developments.



You can meet Spike at UK SFA’s official launch event being held on 22nd February at the LOFT Pop-up Showroom at White City Warehouse, West London.


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