GIS enables the realtors and home seekers to gain a better understanding of the properties through their mobile devices.
FREMONT, CA: Geographic information system (GIS) offers a wide range of everyday applications. The applications can range from searching and understanding directions to a particular restaurant to getting the way to the nearest gas station. GIS serves a number of disparate industries. Real estate is one of the various industries that can benefit largely from GIS capability. Modern property clients can access land as well as real estate data using their mobile devices.
Realtors can also potentially benefit from GIS capability. Real estate professionals can leverage GIS technology to serve their clients better. The GIS capability allows the professionals to understand the market as well as the factors that affect it. Here are the primary ways in which GIS contributes to the real estate industry.
Searching Property Location
Location is an essential aspect of the real estate business. Property location is one of the top priorities for home seekers. GIS capability eliminates speculation over the property location and offers accurate information to the clients. GIS also enables the clients to learn more about the location by visualizing information that impacts property like value per acre, land ownership, zoning, municipal boundaries, flood zones and wetlands, and traffic counts.
Estimating the Value of Real Estate Investment
GIS features also allow the clients to estimate the value of a piece of property. For instance, measurement tools provide an idea to the clients about what is happening near the location. Clients can also determine if a property of the required size or whether it’s close to the desired amenities.
Enhancing Communications for Realtors and Clients
As the world moves towards the increased digitalized landscape, visual means of communication is are gaining preference. For instance, GIS allows graphics like points, lines, as well as text to achieve a high level of personalization in the maps. Thus, clients, as well as realtors, can have a better understanding of the properties and lands.
Thus, GIS serves a number of purposes for the realtors and the property seekers and is increasingly being leveraged across the real estate industry.