New York Real Estate Now Viewable on Google 3-D Maps
May 10, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Business NewsNew York real estate search engine Natefind (http://natefind.com) today announced its apartment listings results can be viewed using Google Earth, the 3-D satellite mapping program.
A step-by-step guide of how this works can be seen at http://natefind.com/blog/2006/05/how-to-use-google-earth-on-natefind/
Nate Friedman, creator of Natefind, said, "Natefind is the easiest way to find property. Google Earth gives a bird's eye view of New York with amazing detail. By combining the two real estate shoppers will get a new and exciting way to search for their next home."
Natefind uses Google Earth's Keyhole Markup Language to create custom maps of available listings in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Bronx and Queens. These maps are updated in real-time and can be saved to the user's computer
Natefind.com is the first consumer search engine for New York City property. Natefind searches across multiple real estate broker's websites giving users more listings in one place.