Landchecker was founded in 2016 by Will Leaf and Toby Ewert of leading Melbourne based architecture practice Ewert Leaf, together with Ed Farquarhson of prestige property developer, Moda. United in their shared frustration with the time-consuming process of gathering and analysing property information when seeking to provide advice to their clients or considering projects to pursue, the property trio set out to build a better alternative. And so Landchecker was born.
Will, Toby and Ed’s vision was simple: make property data accessible, transparent and useful. Today, the Landchecker application is that single-source of property information, designed to make for faster, insight-driven decisions.
When Landchecker began, the property industry was Australia’s largest contributor to GDP, generating over $200 billion every year. Today, the property market is over four times the size of Australia’s GDP. And yet the lack of government investment in nationalised datasets and UX presented- and continues to present- the most common daily challenge for property professionals nationwide. And this isn’t just limited to Australia – the problem of accessing accurate and reliable property data is inherent in developed property markets worldwide.
Landchecker’s solution – a digital platform providing easy access to data on every property within coverage in Australia- reflects the type of innovation, agility and most importantly, customer-first mentality needed to break through the industry, modernise processes, and facilitate continued market growth.
Landchecker is a software services business providing property intelligence and data-driven insights. Gain access to the information you need to make more informed property decisions, faster.
Landchecker sources information from more than 20 locations, pulling it into a single map view, with tools for analysis.
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