Real Estate

One of the ways to live a good and happy life is to invest into your future. Real estate is a form of long term business you can do and it’s not complicated as you may think. The real estate market is huge and beat most investment baskets in the long run.

For example, some recent predictions for the Atlanta real estate market showed that houses would gain more value next year. Another prediction suggested a rise in value of houses would increase at least 3.5% and there are similar predictions on US housing business.

Today,  we’re going to talk about the applications that would help you to learn about real estate business and how you can find your dream house. With these apps, you’d find profitable houses to acquire and sell for good fortune in the future.

Before, you’ve to listen to media, subscribe to premium investment publication before you can have access to qualify information on real estate investment opportunities while today, on the other hand, you simply download many real estate apps online. Here you can find million of offers.

OTTO is a very popular app that enables you to search various listed properties, with precise information and lots of photos

With a real estate app, you can search for your dream apartment directly in any chosen area or have new offers immediately sent to your mobile phone with your search order. You can browse more than 50 ad portals at a time with just this app.

Immobilo is another very simple, and overall good to use real estate app. The only downside is that the font is a bit small. The search for real estate is quick and easy: An environmental search is integrated as well as the search in cities, neighborhoods and regions.

You can search for apartments and houses, for rent or purchase. What is needed to be improved here is that you can’t even set some interest or use filters to make some preferences like balcony or garden.

In addition, the app could not save our home searches for future purpose. You have to re-enter them every time, for example, if you are looking for house to rent or buy. At least the best search results can be stored on a notepad.

Imminent is another app that shouldn’t be overlooked. It has a very neat and clean design that sets itself apart from the other apps and also makes navigation easy. The search surface is clearly structured, providing nice user experience, and all important search functions and selection criteria are available.

Setting, for example, bid price or living space via sliders works comfortably, you can filter for offers with garden or pitch as well as according to senior-friendly apartments or WG rooms.

Unfortunately, there is no possibility to discover commission-free offers. Commercial real estate may not be found in the Immonet app, but anyone who is privately looking for a house or apartment will be able to get that.

The searches are automatically saved, and new offers can be automatically sent to the mobile phone display as a push message:

The search location can be accurately shown in the in-app map, You can contact the agent from the app and go further in sealing the deal.

Immopool’s real estate app actually has a good base, but shows too many flaws in programming and operating functions. The app is designed to be relatively simple, and the structure is clear so that everything can be done quickly and easily.