20 Jul Useful Apps to Help Homebuyers

When trying to decide the best way to go about buying, moving to or remodeling a home, the answers are closer than you think— on your smartphone. Here are some apps no homebuyer should be without.

House Hunter

House Hunter is a mobile app that helps you track and organize all your information, notes and pictures you collect during the home buying process. No more binders full of handwritten notes on the back of flyers, and no more struggling to remember which home had which features. House Hunter keeps it all at your fingertips.

For agents, House Hunter Pro is more than just a branding tool – it’s an app that gives you more insight, and your customers more focus. Instead of just giving clients an MLS search app that reduces customer interaction, you can give them a tool that helps them through the buying process and enhances the agent/client relationship.


Realtor.com is the only app to get real estate property listings sourced directly from over 800 MLSs-90% of listings refreshed every 15 minutes. You can quickly swipe to see rich and detailed photos of real estate properties, apartments for rent and homes for rent that interest you. Property listing details now include property tax, sales history and more school information including ratings for each house. You can even use Area Scout to see results and average values update as you move.


AroundMe allows you to search for the nearest restaurants, banks, gas stations, book an hotel or find a movie schedule nearby. The app not only alerts you to local businesses and points-of-interest, it tells you the distance between you and your desired location. We all know what plays the biggest role in real estate… location, location, location!


Homesnap’s unique technology was built to do one thing: instantly tell you all about any home you snap. How much is it worth? When did it last sell? For how much? Beds? Baths? Lot size? Schools? The Homesnap app for iPhone & iPad answers these questions with a single tap for over 90 million homes across the USA.

What apps do you recommend for homebuyers? Share by commenting below!

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Sibet B Freides