Top Five Mobile Real Estate Apps
BuilDatAnalytics, founded by Tiffany Hosey Brown, is a web-based software that helps contractors keep track of inventory and completed work at large building sites on mobile devices. Several clients are using its software and analytics tool, including Chicago two developers building a billion dollar sports complex and an equestrian center. The Reston, Va., company gives demos.
Think of ADR Software like E-ZPass for construction workers. The RFID service software helps general contractors or individual subcontractors accurately track the comings and goings of workers on construction sites. The RFID tag on their hard hats collects data and then makes available in real-time on any web-enable device for tracking and analytics. Contact the company for demos and questions.
SurveySnap eliminates the pen, pad, and smartphone camera way of taking site surveys of construction projects and replaces it with a software platform that creates PDFs and web reports. The iPad app also brings in geodata and directional data and allows user to share the data with coworkers and stakeholders. The app can be downloaded here.
Who sits at a desk anymore? The CoStarGo app lets users search info on space for lease, properties for sale, lease and sale transaction comps, and tenants. CoStarGo accesses a database of over 3.2 million commercial properties and includes photos, floor plans, stacking plans, and plat maps. The app is available for free here.
The LeaseMatrix iPad app lets users record and maintain lease comps automatically on commercial properties. The Web-based reports can be viewed and edited from anywhere and then shared. The app also eliminates the need for a separate lease comp database by summarizing the terms of every lease proposal that's analyzed. The company is offering 30-day free trials.