Real Estate Companies

Accurate valuation assessment and risk management with the Mosaic 360 cameras for real estate agencies

Read a case study and watch a video on how Mosaic camera systems are impacting large-scale mapping and surveying.

Mosaic’s 360 cameras for real estate agencies cut down on repeated visits to a property by offering efficient updated information with a 360-view of the property and the area in its vicinity. See the condition of the land or buildings before, during, and after a purchase or sale or over the years of ownership.

Accurately evaluate any asset, anywhere

Rather than having to book a trip with each potential new real estate investor, asset management companies can share up-to-date information and images of the property with their clients with a 360 camera for real estate.

They can be confident knowing that the images and data captured with the Mosaic 360 camera are with six 12-megapixel image sensors for a true-to-life image, as well as ultra-precise GPS with centimeter-level accuracy.

The Mosaic 51 also captures 12-bit compressed RAW images of the surrounding environment of the property, meaning that a very high level of quality of data can be captured, collected and stored on the camera during the surveying process.

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Better understanding of the conditions of an asset

The physical conditions of the asset, including the need for a new paint job, reconstruction of a roof, or filling in the potholes in a building’s parking lot can all be viewed from a remote location, rather than on-site.

Maintaining the property, taking inventory as to its features and materials, and keeping track of the surrounding properties and their conditions can save a lot of time and resources down the road. All of this can be done from the office of the real estate asset management firm with a 360 camera, rather than constant visits and physical checks of the site.

For more information about the uses of  360º mobile mapping cameras in asset inspection, see this article.