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New real estate app to assist buyers

By George Hadgelias

Do you look at property so much that you can basically recite the homes in your search by street name and number?

It could be time to widen your options.

With one of our smartest app features, we suggest properties that may not have appeared in your search to begin with, increasing your chances of finding that dream home.

Realestate.com.au is the first Australian property portal to launch Suggested Properties, an app feature available for renters and buyers. The recommendation tool suggests relevant listings to property hunters based on their search habits on realestate.com.au.

How it works

Similar to the way Netflix suggests movies, Spotify suggests songs and eBay and Amazon recommend products, realestate.com.au’s Suggested Properties personalises listings based on a consumer’s behaviour while logged in to realestate.com.au’s apps and sites.

Suggested Properties serves you up relevant listings that you may not have considered, or had an opportunity to view. The technology reveals relevant properties outside the criteria of your original search, increasing the chances for you to find your dream home.

With more than six million downloads of its app already*, realestate.com.au is well placed to suggest relevant properties to you.

As well as being able to suggest properties, the app has the ability to send push notifications when new properties come on the market, as well as send email reminders to your phone about upcoming OFIs and auctions.

Getting started

To start receiving suggested properties download the latest realestate.com.au app and sign into your account. Suggestions will be made based on your search behaviour in the Buy or Rent sections of realestate.com.au.

Click here for more information.

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