Real-estate property buyers: best Android and iPhone apps for your house hunt
1. hexa-core. (banned) (Posts: 58; Member since: 28 Feb 2016)
Wow. This article isn't really phone-related.
3. Kary1 (Posts: 300; Member since: 26 Jun 2015)
And it isn't accurate either. In the Seattle area the only one of those apps that would give you all the listings would be Redfin, but there are other local apps that would do the same thing which are not mentioned. In other areas that wouldn't necessarily be true. In some areas Realtor.com, Trulia and/or Zillow might have all the listings.
2. casualuser (unregistered)
Technically it already would be possible (if it isn't already) that one looks up a nice house via these real estate apps. Then the buyer pays it as in-app purchase. Verification could be done via eye-scanner or other scanner method.
Then you go to your taxi app and order a taxi to take you to your new home that has iris-scanner as a door lock and it opens up automatically after verified you as the owner and you are in a new home. All this just by using your phone.
Near future is even more mobile than today.
4. Kary1 (Posts: 300; Member since: 26 Jun 2015)
Yes, houses are fungible. /sarc
Even renting an apartment over the Internet would be foolish.
5. PrestigeWorldWide25 (Posts: 1; Member since: 02 Mar 2016)
I would keep an eye out for Avenue, I don't think it's on android yet but definitely on iPhones. It's pretty useful if you need a question answered right away.