14th April, 2017

Top 15 hottest property apps

Top 15 hottest property apps

Let technology solve your home hunting, DIY and interior worries. We have rounded some of the best property apps for your new home. There is everything from augmented reality to easy-to-use mortgage calculators and house prices in your area, take a look at our list of intuitive apps to use.


Property Prices

1. Knocker

(Free)

Are you looking for a new home on the move? Knocker will help you with your property search. It is an innovative app where you can swipe right to the houses that you like and left to houses that do not appeal to you. Not only that, you can get in contact with the agent who is selling the property instantly.


2. Sold House Prices Land Registry UK

(Free)

Here is an app that will help to discover sold house prices throughout England and Wales. This app includes street view, details of residential property sales and information on leasehold/freehold. Additionally, you can also find out how much the property was sold for previously.


3. Houser

(Free)

Have you thought twice about a property that you have walked past? And you wanted to learn more? Houser is the answer. This clever app will give you property prices at a click of a button. All you need to do is to point your mobile phone at a property and take a photo of it. You will then receive an valuation of the home that you wanted to find out more about.




Interior Design

4. Houzz

Whether you’re looking to completely renovate or simply redecorate, Houzz has everything you need to improve your home. Be inspired by over nine million high-resolution photos of home interiors and exteriors that you can browse through by style, room and location, and then save and share. Connect with over one million active home improvement professionals, from architects and interior designers to builders and more, who can make your dream home a reality; and discover thousands of products to complete your projects. You can use Sketch to bring your design ideas to life by annotating, drawing on and adding products to your photos. Tap the Sketch icon on any photo or the Sketch button in Your Houzz to get started.


5. Planner 5D

(Free)

Bring your dream home to life with this inventive app, where you can become your very own interior designer. But how does it work? It allows you to create both 2D and 3D models of your property, so you can “furnish” your home virtually.


6. Measures lite

(Free)

Here is an app to save you time and money. Whether you are looking to buy a new home, or are simply renting, Measure Lites is a resourceful app. Snap a photo and add the measurements of the room or furniture to the image. Measures Lite will make moving into your new home less stressful.

7. Paint Tester

(Free)

This is one of our favourite apps. Have ever wanted to change the colour of a room but found it almost impossible to decide which colour would work best? All you need to do is take a picture of the room you would like to redecorate, then use the smart paint bucket to trial a variety of colours to suit your personal taste.


8. Curate

(Free)

Art lovers will adore this app. Curate is a modern take on interiors decorating with an edge. But how do you use it? Take a photograph of the area that you plan to hang a piece of artwork, and Curate will show you the space with a painting, print or canvas in situ.



Inspiration

9. Pinterest

(Free)

There are more than 15 million active users on Pinterest from around the world. It is the perfect platform to find inspiration for your home. You will find images of trendy and traditional interiors as well as DIY hacks and seasonal trends.


10. B&Q

(Free)

If you are thinking about giving your home a facelift, this app can help you with ideas and inspiration. It provides a selection of offers and helpful tips to guide you through your next project. There is also a B&Q membership club to join.


11. Dulux Visualiser App

(Free)

Dulux has come up with a novel app to inspire your home decorations. This easy-to-use app uses augmented reality to create colour schemes of your choice. Experimentation is the key. Pick your colour scheme the Dulux Visualiser and add it to your preferred room.


12. Home Design 3D

(Free)

This app stands out for its strong imagery and creative visuals. You will find numerous design categories from classic style to glass exteriors and accessories to lighting.


Related apps

13. Mortgage calculator UK

(Free)

This is an essential tool for anyone who is thinking of buying their new home. Simply add the mortgage rate, repayment period and it will calculate your monthly repayments for you.


14. Street Crime Map UK

(Free)

Find out more about a new area before you move in with the Street Crime Map app. It will show you the latest crime rate figures, including when a crime was committed, the category and it has an interactive map, too.


15. Sarah Beeny Home

(Free)

Are you interested in period classics, urban living or vintage glamour? The Sarah Beeny Home app has a wide range of accessories to add the finishing touches to your interior. These include doors, drawers and furniture.


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