Street view mapping service WoNoBo which launched in October last year, has added a realty section (in beta). It will let you virtually walkthrough the streets of a city to view properties currently available in the market. The sections is currently available only in Mumbai with Delhi launch expected to happen closer to launch. Following this, it will add other cities. Interestingly though, the company mentioned that it has not partnered with any existing realty players for this project. How it works: When you open the realty section, you're shown the map with pointers for properties that are available for rent or sale. Clicking on any of these pointers will take the user to the street view of that area. One can then navigate around this area and look for 'for rent' or 'for sale' icons manually or sort through them from the panel on the left. The other way to use the site would be by searching for an apartment name or the name of the locality and browsing through all properties that are available for sale or for rent from that area. Clicking on any of these properties will open a specific page which shows the building from the closest street. This page also lists all details about the property through separate tabs. The first tab has details such as rent/sale price, type, age of property, possession details, interior etc, apart from photos of the apartment and a list of amenities provided. Other tabs include 'contact broker' and 'places nearby'. The last tab is…
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