Appraisers have a system and logical approach to their inspections and Inspect–a–Lot's data input screen follows this logical pattern. Using a single, scrolling interface that's easy to navigate with a flick on the screen, appraisers are guided through the inspection in a way that's familiar and natural. No more hunting numerous screens to find the field you want, or bouncing back and forth through forms while entering data and photos. You'll find the intuitive interface easy to use because it works the way you do.
Logical Interface is easy to navigate
Photos are automatically transferred
No more searching through camera memory cards to import the right photo, for the right property. Now your photos are easily organized while in the field and instantly imported to the report back at the office.
Simply take photos in the field with your iPad, label them and then directly import your photos into your report. This is an incredible time saver and keeps you from losing track of photos.
Inspect-a-Lot allows you to easily and naturally sketch your subject using just your finger. The integrated sketcher is completely new, but so straightforward and familiar to all appraisers. Quickly sketch out essential measurements and features while verifying GLA, floorplan, labeling room layouts, etc., while on location. Avoid measurement errors that necessitates a time-wasting return inspection, making you look unprofessional. The sketch instantly transfers to your report in an addendum along with the calculated GLA.
Data, photos, sketches go directly to ClickFORMS
Inspect-a-Lot has a unique approach to inspections that guides and speeds you through your field work. Inspect-a-Lot will also save you a considerable amount of time back at your desk. No more printing MLS data, public records and comp sheets to put on your clipboard. Just upload the data to Inspect-a-lot for verification in the field. After your inspection, transfer the data, photos and sketches directly to your report and work file. The time saving in not retyping and avoiding typos is incredible.