Property search app Jitty goes live across central London

London property

The app, founded by three former early-stage Deliveroo employees has been built for what it describes as “roomscrolling”

Artificial intelligence-powered property search app Jitty has gone live across central London as it accelerates its expansion across the UK.

The app, founded by three former early-stage Deliveroo employees has been built for what it describes as “roomscrolling.”

Following its recent launch in the South West of England, Jitty will now show homes on the market throughout central London boroughs; Hackney, Camden, Islington, Westminster, Kensington and Chelsea.

Using the app, property-lovers can collaborate, share information with others, create shortlists and leave emojis on properties they like, and understand even more about a home that is listed such as average price per sq metre in an area before making an appropriate offer, or adding it to a wish list.

Jitty will not charge estate agents fees to list properties or receive enquiries.

Backed by Gradient Ventures, Google’s AI-focused venture fund, Jitty uses LLM (large-language model) technologies, as well computer-vision, to read floor plans, and understand photos and descriptions of homes. Because of this, Jitty said it has the ability to cross-reference information with publicly available databases like estate agent websites and third party services, to provide users with an exceptional level of detail.

Graham Paterson, chief executive and co-founder, commented: London is the heart of the UK property market, and since launching Jitty we have been inundated with requests to launch in the capital. We wanted to take the extra time to build the app that London really needs.

He added: That includes, for instance, letting people choose which floor they want to live on, and telling users how long is left on the lease, and the ground rent and service charges. We have asked a lot of Londoners about the property app they want to see, so it is an honour to be able to bring it to them.

Disclaimer: The opinions expressed by our writers are their own and do not represent the views of Invest for Property. The information provided on Invest for Property is intended for informational purposes only. Invest for Property is not liable for any financial losses incurred. Conduct your own research by contacting financial experts before making any investment decisions.

Leave a Reply