The iProperty Group, which owns one of Asia’s biggest network of property portals, has announced its collaboration with Rotterdam-based Floorplanner.com. iProperty Group is headquartered in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and this partnership sets a revolutionary step for buyers wanting to find the property of their choice.
Floorplanner is a leading online floor planning application tool, which means you get to generate floor plans of your listing in either 2D or 3D. Now buyers can visualize their dream home in virtual form. This unique offering is in line with the advancements of technological opportunities for showcasing property.
By collaborating with Floorplanner, buyers not only get to choose properties of their choice, but at the same time design and renovate their properties as they desire. Floorplanner is an interactive tool which helps buyers to draw and design their floor plans themselves. Want a kitchen island? Need a bigger bathroom? Floorplanner lets you choose from a variety of choice with Floorplanner’s library of objects. It can be resized, rotated and reshaped as desired. Having your own dream house has never been easier than this. Shaun Di Gregorio, iProperty Group’s CEO mentions that it has always been their goal to offer their customers new and innovative ways of choosing and furnishing their own desired home. Not only that, this partnership is a vital strategy for iProperty to solidify their position as a leader in property industry.
Floorplanner is a technology business focused on helping people make great decisions on buying and furnishing their homes. Formed in 2007, with offices in Rotterdam and London, it now has over 5 million registered users across the world and is expanding rapidly. Floorplanner.com CEO Jeroen Bekkers is also very excited about this collaboration and hopes that with iProperty’s extensive brand presence, they will be able to take their business to the next level.
According to Di Gregorio, Floorplanner is set to be officially launched sometime in February this year. And the best part of all, it is free.
Source : iProperty
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