Landchecker, an Australian property start-up, has recently announced a round of investment valued at $1.85m from a variety of investors.
RACV was identified as the largest contributor, making it Landchecker’s second-largest shareholder.
Developed by two architects and a property developer, Landchecker was conceived due to the apparent need for a more streamlined and time-efficient process for obtaining necessary information for property transactions. Landchecker claims to provide users with unique information about a property’s planning constraints, including development zones, heritage overlays, flood affected areas, and permit requirements.
In the coming months, RACV and Landchecker will work together to launch a new initiative called Claim My Property. The tool is said to be suitable for anyone working in, or interested in, Victorian property.
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