10 apps for the property market

Continuing from last week’s theme of technology in the property sector. The situation in the UK is still not clear and in these times of uncertainty many agents, investors and even the public may shy away from the new technology coming into the market place.

But if you’re out there looking for new apps in the property space then have a little look at some of these nice shiny innovative apps that might interest you. You may be bored of using the same old apps or if you’re just interested in new applications in general then some of the technology here may interest you. Hopefully these apps should enhance the experience for all the stakeholders in the market place.

                                             New apps for the property sector

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This includes knowledge picked up along the way from articles, various friends, colleagues and family members.

Hubble

What does it do: Matches landlords and tenants of flexible office space in London.

Platform: Web based

Price: 5% of rent If you’re looking to rent space out. Or as a renter you’ll be only charged for the rent of the space set by the office.

Landinsight

What does it do: Helps developers to find land in the UK, identify its current owner, carry out a valuation and compare to other nearby plots.

Platform: Web based

Price: A free trial is offered but then there is a range of price plans from £50 per month to £300 per month as well as tailored packages to suit your needs.

Fixflo

What does it do: Platform on which tenants can report problems and landlords can arrange repairs.

Platform: Web based

Price: A 14-day free trial is offered. They have a couple of packages from 35 pence per unit per month to 55 pence per unit per month. Prices excludes VAT.

Vieweet

What does it do: An augmented reality platform app.

Platform: Available on iphone at App store and android at Google play

Price: The 360-degree starter kit will set you back $240 not including delivery and VAT.

Splittable

What does it do: An app to make shared living simple.

Platform: Available on iphone at App store and android at Google play

Price: Free

Movebubble

What does it do: A collaborative site for property owners, agents and renters.

Platform: A collaborative. Available on iphone at App store and android at Google play

Price: Free

Settled

What does it do: Allows you to upload your property details and then advertises them on different property portals such as rightmove and Zoopla for you. They then help you through the process of selling your home until completion.

Platform: Web based

Price: Either an upfront payment of £399 or £499 in 3 months’ time or when you sell the property whichever comes first.

Knocker

What does it do: On the move property search app that allows you to view property prices, details and book a viewing of the property whilst your stood outside

Platform: Available on iphone at App store

Price: Free

Patch Property

What does it do: Got an iwatch? Then this is the app for you. Apparently like Tinder but without the weird stuff for properties.

Platform: Available on iphone at App store

Price: Free

Roompik

What does it do: Apparently helps you look for a new room to rent whilst also having a look at the current renters in the property. You can also advertise a room to rent as well.

Platform: Available on iphone at App store and android at Google play

Price: Free 

I hope this has been informative, interesting and you liked reading it.

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