The Importance of Real Estate Mobile App Development

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Millennials and early tech adopters from all generations gravitated to apps when they initially burst onto the scene about a decade ago. Today, apps aren’t just a marginal but tech-forward way to get information or make purchases.

 

For many people, it’s not an understatement to say they’re the primary way they interact with the world. As apps have grown in popularity, the scope of their functionality has grown too. Perhaps no apps are more important than prop-tech since buying a home is usually the most expensive purchase a person makes in their lifetime.

 

Let’s check out how the best proptech platforms offer customers a better experience and even lower rates.

 

Customer-Centric Platforms

 

Tech disruptors like Regan McGee designed his platform Nobul to be customer-centric, a promise it delivers on in a few ways. In the offline world, real estate agents don’t compete with each other for your business.

 

However, Nobul is created so that all customers need to do is give a brief description of who they are what they’re looking for, and the agents will find them. Plus, to try to secure your business, they’ll give you a leg up on services or even offer cash back as an incentive.

 

It’s not just that customers prefer having the ordinary real estate journey, only digital. It’s that the app itself transforms the experience, levelling the playing field in the customer’s favour in a way that wouldn’t occur offline.

 

Pictures and Videos

 

Tech is an amazing way to publish and view pictures and videos. The COVID-19 pandemic only underscored how crucial and useful this technology really was, as homebuyers relied on things like virtual walking tours and videos when lockdown made showing up in person impossible.

 

It’s ideal when all the pictures, videos, and tours are stored under one roof.

 

Transparency

 

Homebuyers need to have as much verified information at their fingertips as they can get. Platforms like Nobul present vital information intuitively, so customers don’t need to waste time searching for data that isn’t there.

 

Customers can easily and quickly find the verified agent’s transaction histories, unbiased user reviews, and even the cash-back incentives agents from every brokerage offer. Such a level of transparency isn’t always available in non-digital real estate experiences.

 

Algorithms, AI, and Manual Expertise

 

Proptech is driven by a combination of algorithms, artificial intelligence (AI), and real experts with years of experience. It’s easy for homebuyers to get custom quotes and support from agents via phone, email, or chat.

 

Leading AI assigns a matching value to agents based on the criteria you’re looking for: local knowledge, language, cash back, years of experience, and more. Of course, homebuyers can choose whichever agent they find most suitable.

 

The combo of smart technology and actual people incentivized to help you is a powerful one you won’t get offline.

 

Prop-tech like Nobul has evolved over the years and is still refining and improving how it makes homebuying more straightforward and more affordable. It’s not merely the same old real estate story, only on phones — it’s a game-changer.

 

Comments (2)

Bill Salvatore - East Valley
Arizona Elite Properties - Chandler, AZ
Realtor - 602-999-0952 / em: golfArizona@cox.net

Thank you for sharing the information. Buyers and sellers in your area will benefit from your expertise. Wishing you continued success.  Have a wonderful day and sell a house.  bill

May 18, 2022 01:59 PM
Harry Flow

I believe mobile apps are very important and very popular right now. That is why there are so many great development companies to turn to and get quality services. For example, I can advise you to check this top https://orangesoft.co/blog/top-mobile-app-development-companies if you are planning to develop a mobile application for your company or business. It is always better to work with professionals.

Jun 15, 2022 01:20 AM