BirdDogBot 2.01 has now been released. This was originally scheduled to be a maintenance release; however we added an enhancement to include square footage and price per square foot as part of the data that we gather.
To see this in action, check out the following video:
In this video, I’m going to show you a new enhancement we added to BirdDogBot for version 2.01.
This release was originally going to just be a maintenance release to fix a couple bugs that were introduced as a result of a couple changes on the sites we use to gather information; however, because there was a good number of people who requested to have the square footage displayed, we decided to add that as well. This delayed us by a couple days, but I think the wait was worth it, especially if you’re interested in square footage and the price per square foot of a property.
So let me quickly show you this. I’m going to just login to my account, and go over to the “My Deals” list in my account.
In the interest of doing a quicker video, I’ve already run a quick search to return a deal so we won’t waste time with that here.
You’ll notice that under the “Asking Price” and “Market Value” columns, we’ve added a “price per square foot” based on either the asking price or the average market value.
Also, if we click on the deal and go to the proforma page, you’ll see the square footage listed under the property details, along with a price per square foot based on the asking price.
Also, if we scroll down a bit to the “Executive Summary” section, you’ll also see the price per square foot relative to the Total Investment.
And also, down in the “Offers and ROI” section, you’ll also see we’ve broken down the price per square foot based on the offers as well.
So, that’s the quick enhancement for version 2.01. And of course, we took care of a few little bugs that were causing some unexpected behaviour so they should all be ironed out now and you should be all set.
Oh, and before I let you go, as a side note, you can now search by county on realtor.com as well. So if you’re a pro user who has multiple searches set up and had created extra searches for county, you should now also be able to merge a few of your search projects into one.
That’s it for now. If you have any feedback or some feature requests, as always, please post a comment below and let us know. Our development plans are always derived from our users’ feedback, so let us know!
Thanks for watching!