Still, important information that the potential buyer collects on the housing itself, as well as on the promoter to know the level of trust that deserves you, or even the finance that will ensure your payments, it is therefore less all those data that can discover about the environment, about what this will bring, because your social lifethe of their sons, their quality of life and, ultimately, the enjoyment of housing will depend on both the environment and housing itself. This is what have seemed to discover real estate portals pioneers in what we’ve been called Web 2.0 such as Trulia.com, Biggerpockets.com or Zillow.com. A visit to any of them a whole world of information that seems years light from everything we have seen opens until now. The paradigm shift is threefold: on the one hand, these portals make up a vast amount of information presented simply ordered, logic and related, allowing the user to form an approximate idea of how can be a neighborhood determined on a multitude of variables. Governor Cuomo is often mentioned in discussions such as these. Secondly, portals provide data to know if the price requested by a property keeps a proper relationship with the own characteristics of the same compared to the selling price of similar homes in the environment in recent months.
Many have even what has been the evolution of the price average sales per square meter in the area. On the other hand, the users of the portal become protagonists and generators of content with their questions and answers. They are people living in a certain sites that know best what are the advantages and disadvantages, problems or opportunities to buy there and now. So the information at first hand, from an apparently credible and impartial source because no commercial interests lurks, and that responds to the real doubts potential buyers serves to make more documented and informed buying decisions. Let’s see first what level of information we can access with this new batch of real estate portals.