nearmap, a home-grown Australian innovation company has launched an unmatched suite of property intelligence tools to shake up the market.
nearmap Property, a powerful interactive suite of visual and analytical property intelligence tools will forever revolutionise the way property is searched, selected, bought and sold in Australia. The suite includes two new products to the nearmap range: an Agent Reporting Tool called ART and a property add-on for nearmap’s MapBrowser.
ART is a highly accurate property pricing tool, enabling real estate agents to produce instant customised reports on any house with a single click.
Rob C, Residential Real Estate Agent at Laing & Simmons, Woollahra said ART was different to any other browser interface he had used before for benefits such as ease of use, understanding and control.
The MapBrowser Property add-on is an industry first and enables users to discover unparalleled insights across all Australian properties, improving investment prospecting with visual analytics via nearmap HotSpots and nearmap HotProperties, and allowing users to crosscheck unreliable property data such as property boundaries and property areas.
nearmap HotSpots uses nearmap’s exclusive layers of geographic property data such as median sales prices, vacancy rates and rental yields, as well as socioeconomic insights and undesirable living demographics such as crime rates and noise pollution to accurately pinpoint the most desirable (and profitable) property hotspots anywhere in Australia.
The MapBrowser Property add-on also finds the bargain property opportunities, automatically identifying nearmap HotProperties where the asking price is less than the estimated value.
Paul Peterson, Senior Vice President – Product and Engineering says nearmap Property users get a comprehensive CMA with the most up-to-date, spectacular aerial imagery in Australia, a highly accurate estimated value, the ability to choose comparables, incredible ease-of-use, easy customisation, and tablet compatibility all with blistering fast performance.
The data that drives nearmap Property is supplied by Hometrack, the pre-eminent supplier of property analytics and AVM in the UK, and also the first to be used by the Big Four banks in Australia.