I was blown away by how one can easily use Google Maps to feature foreclosed properties for sale. I stumbled on this yesterday when I had to create a vicinity map for a foreclosed property when I got an inquiry. Checkout the example below and let me know what you think.
In this example, I featured a foreclosed vacant lot located at Senator Gil Puyat Avenue (formerly Buendia) corner Malugay Street, Makati City, Philippines. I have never used Google Maps to feature a property before, which is why I was very pleasantly surprised and I really liked what I saw!
If you will notice, I was even able to embed an interactive map in this post. Nice!
Google maps example for a foreclosed lot for sale (The view below is what you will see after you click on the marker in the center. You can also click and drag any part of the map)
View Foreclosed vacant lot in Makati in a larger map
I was really impressed! Obviously, I’m very excited about this!
If you would like to use Google maps for your own property you are selling, and want to know how I did it, I will create a tutorial on how to use Google Maps next.
By the way, the foreclosed property in the example above is real, I am really selling it. Let me know if you have a buyer or just get in touch with me through my mobile number as indicated in the map for more details. Brokers/agents/referrals are welcome!
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PS. It’s been 5 days since my last post, sorry about that. Been busy working on some deals, and we also just finished moving. Expect listings from BDO, Star properties, and some Tax Delinquent properties from Quezon City in the next few days.
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