Property research and analysis technology owned by the Land Title and Survey Authority of British Columbia has been adopted by another three real estate boards.
The Fraser Valley Real Estate Board, the BC Northern Real Estate Board and the Chilliwack and District Real Estate Board have all introduced AUTOPROP as a new service available to their members, following its adoption by the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver.
It means that more than 18,000 real estate agents across BC can currently access AUTOPROP to quickly gather relevant and detailed property information and provide it to their clients in a visually appealing format.
“AUTOPROP eliminates the need to search multiple sources for property information, which will be a big time-saver for our members and a benefit to their clients. We’re excited to be able to extend this technology to our members,” said Kyle Nason, President, Chilliwack and District Real Estate Board.
The LTSA is working with the remaining real estate boards across the province with the aim of making the technology available to more real estate professionals.
“AUTOPROP enables Realtors to provide proper due diligence to their clients. Consumers will benefit from increased transparency and access to information, helping them make informed real estate decisions,” said Connie Fair, President and CEO, LTSA.