I do not know how good this software is, but I have to say there is definitely a market for it – if it can do what it tells us it can do. Basically you input data into the software and it spits out copy that you can use in your property descriptions.
The Software is aptly named CopyCat. It is an Australian site – so I do hope it is an Australian innovation and if it is and it works well – then hats off to CopyCat. It is also FREE!
Here are the steps…………..
With your property appraisal on hand, login to your feline phrase-finding friend, The Copy Cat, with your username and password.
To find a heading, select a locality and click the search button to browse the list of related headings. Alternatively, you can type a word that relates to your property to produce a more specific list to choose from. Select a heading, then click on the ‘enter heading’ button. Your heading will appear in the text box.
Either browse or enter a simple search criteria to find phrases that describe your property and pop them into the text box as above. Don’t forget to make use of the linking phrases and closing phrases.
Perfect the copy in the text box and when you are happy with the result it can be saved, printed, or emailed at the click of a button! You can save your works-in-progress on-line, or if you wish to make other changes such as formatting, simply copy and paste your text into a word document.
Now I have no idea how good or bad this software is, but the idea is brilliant and its shows there are still innovations coming in the real estate arena.