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Messaging meets home search

Finding a home today often sends buyers and their agents through an obstacle course of apps, websites, CRM software, texting and email programs and even good old-fashioned notebooks and phone calls. Not only does this leave a messy trail behind, but it’s inefficient when it comes to communicating about specific homes.

At HomeSpotter, we make this better.

That’s why we create apps that turn the search experience on its head and treat every listing as a conversation. No longer will buyers see a listing they like and have to fumble around with saving it, opening another app or finding a link to share with their spouse or agent.

Buyers can communicate in a familiar text-like setting that makes it easy to keep all notes and comments organized.

Agents get one app that organizes in one place all of their client conversations about specific properties. They’re also able to communicate with other agents right within the app, adding another layer of convenience.

And brokers and MLSs can license HomeSpotter for a fully branded experience.

Beautifully designed apps are our thing

HomeSpotter was founded in 2009 as Mobile Realty Apps to give home buyers and their agents a mobile app with all the info they needed in one elegantly designed experience.

Our founder and CEO Aaron Kardell wanted a better way to search for homes on a mobile device - one that worked directly with local MLSs and real estate companies in order to get a complete view of properties for sale.

Today, HomeSpotter delivers the best mobile search experience for iPhones, iPads, Android smartphones and tablets to more than 250,000 agents throughout the U.S. and Canada.

We believe real estate apps should make the experience easier and better for consumers and their agents. And we believe it can be done in a way that benefits the broker and MLS, too.

We’ve always been an industry-focused company, looking for the best ways to partner that benefit consumers and real estate professionals.

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