Contributor: Saksham Singh
Till now, the user on online platforms has had to view cropped images that the seller uploads which might not give sufficient information about the room. These photos often cover minimal areas of the room and thus do not give an accurate description of what the apartment looks like. On the other hand, it is not feasible for every seller/broker to do a 3D photo shoot of the room as that is a costly and time-consuming affair. Also, for apartments that are not yet fully built, sellers might want to hide some details which might not be possible in a 3D shoot.
Contributor: Sakshi Jindal
Search experience worldwide is powered by Google. Users are now autowired to search in natural language. Moreover, assistants like Alexa, google mini and Siri have certainly increased users’ inclination towards voice-based search. This was a domain untouched by real estate and Moondragon made its grand entry!Read More›
Makaan offered the 3D Virtual Realty Tour years back with a view to offer freedom to homeseekers hunting for the right home. It helps you understand the space-usuage in your would-be property as also visualise much before you buy under-construction homes. The attempt was also to oust the archaic 2D floor plan that’s been used for decades. Yes, you can put on an Oculus Rift and tour your next home!Read More›
Contributor: Ravi Bhushan Kumar
The world is becoming increasingly reliant on technology for everyday life. What was once science fiction is now turning to reality in increments – sometimes through small but vital innovations and at other times through large pivotal discoveries and developments in technology. The real estate industry is no different. The last few years has seen IoT pervade the industry allowing the now global population to view, buy, sell, maintain or invest in real-estate internationally.Read More›