A new app aimed towards Western Australian property buyers and sellers has been released, and it’s powered by a real estate body.
The Real Estate Institute of Western Australia (REIWA) has announced it is powering the itrack property app, which offers real-time Western Australian real estate information from agents to buyers and sellers.
The app integrates with the REIWA, which allows for the buying and selling of property, and provides access to property already on the platform.
Current functionality allows for sellers to see visitor numbers at open houses, the number of visitors online, notifications of how many email enquiries have been sent and unscheduled viewing time requests, and the ability contact and review agents.
Buyers can also use the platform to track specific property listings, both advertised and off-market, how many buyers have sent an offer to a property, view videos and floorplans of a property, view detailed of settled and unsettled comparable properties in an area, request sales evidence at suburb- and street-levels, request further information from agents, and view local amenities near a selected property.
Neville Pozzi, the CEO of the REIWA, said the app allows people interested in Western Australian-based property to have a ‘100 per cent transparent insight’ into property sales campaigns.
“We are excited to be powering the itrack property app, which we’re confident will benefit all parties involved in a real estate transaction,” Mr Pozzi said.
“Buyers can track every movement of a property they are interested in, with factual and reliable notifications and updates sent to their phone as the property’s sales campaign progresses.
“For sellers, the itrack property app helps them to better gauge buyer interest levels.”
Gavin Hegney, company director of Gavin Hegney Property and real estate industry specialist, said it allows for buyers to be aware of what is happening in a property sales campaign and allows them to “trust the information supplied”.