Property data platform Sprift has launched a new product just for surveyors, the company has revealed.
It offers surveying professionals a one-stop shop for information about an address including Land Registry plans overlaid onto hi-res maps and satellite imagery, corrected Google Street View, planning history, EPC, environmental information, year built, construction details, as well as listing and sales history.
Designed to help surveyors save time, ‘Sprift for Surveyors’ is suitable for both smaller and large corporate operators.
The company says its new desktop research widget can also be used to support their own business prospecting because it enables them to make contact with sellers and provide them with relevant local and property information for their onward purchase.
Leading its new surveying division will be Jamie Craddock (main picture), who before joining Sprift worked for both Rightmove and PrimeLocation.
He is now Head of Surveying Technology at Sprift after joining the firm in June last year, but will continue to work on the company’s estate agency client base.
“We have listened to surveyors and are excited to be launching this game-changing tool, which has been in development for a considerable period of time,” he says.
“We wanted to bring a cost-effective offering to market, providing surveyors with a range of benefits to support their role in the property transaction process, whilst also helping them to develop their credentials at a very cost-effective price.”
James Brook MRICS, director and co-founder of national surveying firm Novello, adds: “This is a powerful desktop tool for surveyors, and will enable them to undertake detailed research for both surveys and valuations, providing them with crucial information such as comparable sales – all in a single platform.”