Mozambique’s largest real estate website Casa Mozambique has released its native Android and iOS Apps to make its services available across all technological and mobile platforms.
Capitalizing on the recent addition of new technology to the Casa Mozambique brand, both native Apps have been built around adaptation to local market conditions, such as fully bilingual capabilities for Portuguese and English.
Users will now be able to access GEO-targeting location capabilities, upload listings directly in-APP without exiting and receive notifications in real-time with the same database of listings and features as the casamozambique.co.mz desktop site.
The company says its user friendly interface for both APPS allows consumer to access information on the go in a convenient and suitable manner with direct calling and instant messaging a function ingrained to for both partners and consumers alike.
Other notable features include customized notifications, saved searches, direct home loans and insurance applications, and a social media approach to following agent listing types.
The announcement comes on the back of a successful capital raising from Malaysian-based Frontier Digital Ventures, prompting further growth for the platform to become the largest real estate website across all verticals in Mozambique.
Casa Mozambique also recently released a new desktop-based site and a mobile specific site.
With approximately 50 per cent of traffic derived from mobile devices, Casa Mozambique Founder & CEO Bryan Wester says it was critical the value of creating truly exceptional products to optimized these traffic sources was not underestimated.
“Ensuring our presence is felt throughout all channels of communication is vitally important in mobile driven countries such as Mozambique," Wester says.
“The Apps complete our product offering to ensure consumers are connected at all touch points while enabling developers, agents and tourism partners the widest coverage.
“We see our traction in Mozambique as progress, with our position in the market able to act as a springboard into the northern regions of the country.”