Is technology set to revolutionise real estate?

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Technology is disrupting almost every sector of business and real estate and the mortgage business is no different. We see new software solutions every day and now a Vancouver company is hoping that its 3D model of the city will revolutionise everything from construction to sales. The model city is so advanced is can be used for searching for attributes such a ‘south facing window’ or even a fire hydrant. GeoSim who have created the product say it takes the idea of Google Earth and adds complete freedom of movement; you can even walk into and around a building. The company says that the uses for its model are multiple; from planners to developers to realtors. It could be used to show prospective property purchasers, especially commercial buyers, almost every aspect of the building and its neighbourhood.

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  • Aashil Patel on 2014-09-04 2:14:29 AM

    It is an obvious notion that some promotional actions that are handled technically instead of manually (rather an area-specific) would be less time-consuming outreaching maximum numbers of viewers and going beyond the boundaries.

    3D model of the city sounds fantastic for any real estate projects to understand easily. Directional views of the property - such a dynamic feature for viewers to know the property clearly; mainly before visiting the site or sometimes without needing to go on physical site; Google Earth - nice facility provided by Geosim enabling viewers to enter the building virtually and take a ride of every parts of it. Good to get through!

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