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Darius Wey
06-27-2005, 09:00 AM
<div class='os_post_top_link'><a href='http://h50141.www5.hp.com/newsroom/article.asp?atype=cs&id=199' target='_blank'>http://h50141.www5.hp.com/newsroom/...atype=cs&id=199</a><br /><br /></div><i>"Accurate and fast property valuations are becoming an increasing necessity in the real estate industry as both buyers and sellers aim to waste as little time as possible in the purchase or sale of property. This has placed pressure on lenders, and property valuers to review their processes in order to cope with the quicker turnaround times while maintaining integrity and accuracy in the reports produced. RPG, an integrated property services company, which performs residential and commercial valuations turned to software architects J3 Technology and Hewlett-Packard (HP) to create a unique wireless solution utilising HP's iPAQ Pocket PCs. So successful has it been, it has attracted Federal Government research and development tax concessions and the company has moved quickly to patent its industry-first business solution. Today, RPG's mobile team of valuers can complete valuation reports on-the-spot, and transfer data to the company’s main system in North Sydney, using GPRS and Bluetooth connectivity."</i><br /><br />It's the real estate industry's turn to get a technological revamp. I saw a couple of neat mobile real estate programs at MEDC so it's easy to see why Pocket PCs have been eyed by both buyers and sellers to improve the efficiency and accuracy of their dealings.