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Terabitz.com – Real Estate Information made Real Simple July 18, 2007

Posted by Mike in Freebies, Online Service, Real Estate, Technology.


Everybody needs different information when it comes to real estate.  Imagine being able to pick and choose the information you want on a piece of property.  Do you want an estimated price? A list of nearby schools? Restaurants in the area?  Grocery stores? Health care services? Places of worship? Weather? A graph showing housing market trends? Crime stats? Nearby sex offenders?

 Terabitz.com makes it possible.  For free. 

You begin by searching a residential property address in the United States. Using their innovative Dashboard, you can drag and drop up to 9 different modules of information (they call them “bitz”) from a menu of available options. The 9 modules (or bitz) then form a customized snapshot of information on that property and its surrounding community. 

 When you’ve got the modules you want, you can click a button to take a snapshot of the page and either email it to someone or create a URL to share.  If you sign up for a free account, you can store your snapshot for the long term.

Click here for a sample of a snapshot that I created.

The web site is very user friendly and, dare I say, fun to use.  The drag n’ drop functionality is intuitive which will help the average user customize the dashboard to suit their own needs.

Give their site a try.  I think you’ll like what you see.  You can also read the Terabitz blog for a bit more FYI about the site.



1. betty - March 8, 2008

That is one incredible website.

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