Apps That Can Help Sell Your Home Faster

by Matt Mihalcin 08/04/2019

In the world today, technology is everything. From mobile phones to laptops, electric cars, Wi-Fi controlled gadgets, and a home filled with techy stuff. Selling a house might become a frustrating ordeal sometimes for various reasons listed below

  • Having a beautiful home in a bad neighborhood. Buyers might not even want to come to have a look at your property because of your property's location. 
  • The time factors. People have busy lives and tight schedules. Taking out time to look at property might be a problem for a buyer. 

These and many other reasons are why a seller might get frustrated over the sale of a property. Since the introduction of phones and the internet, life has been a lot easier and you can do a lot with just a touch of a button. 

Like every other business, the real estate market has gotten a lot easier to run and operate with the use of modern technology that connects the buyer to a seller. These apps work on smartphones using an Android or iPhone operating system, and they include:

Zillow

Zillow is one of the most popularly used real estate apps that allow buyers access to available homes. Downloading on Android and iPhone is free. It provides users with estimated values of properties and previous sale prices. It's an app that allows its users to view over a million home listings without having to pay the fee that comes with Multiple Listing Service used by real estate professionals. 

With Zillow real estate app, you as a seller can show the prospective buyer how your home looks like (in and out) without buyers having to come over to inspect. It provides a buyer with the option to filter search and view by location. 

Redfin

Redfin is an app every home seller, and the buyer might have on their phones and bookmark their website. Redfin is an app as well as a brokerage firm that offers an estimate on home values that's entirely accurate. Redfin allows buyers to view homes that would be up for sale and it connects to a database of over 70 million homes. 

Homesnapp

Homesnapp allows sellers to put up pictures of their home for prospective buyers to have a view about how the property looks. It’s made available to iPhone and Android users, and it’s at no cost. It also provides sellers who are not sure how much their home is worth with estimates of neighboring properties. It’s user-friendly, allows messaging and comes with a sharing feature. 

Houzz

Houzz is a great app every homeowner making renovation or upgrade should have on their devices. It allows you renovate your house virtually. With Houzz, home renovation is made easy and money wisely invested. 

LoopNet

LoopNet is an app for investors interested in investing in more significant properties. It's an app for commercial property which sometimes might not be within your local market.

With these apps on your phone, buying and selling homes and properties becomes more comfortable. Using these apps does not mean that you don't need a realtor, call one today to close out the rest of the process.

About the Author
Author

Matt Mihalcin

 My name is Matt Mihalcin and my specialty is residential homes in Arvada, Broomfield, and Louisville. These areas include The Broadlands, Arrowhead, Bradburn and Hays Lake Heights. Last year, my wife and I moved into the family-oriented Broadlands neighborhood. With a background in construction management, I will point out construction flaws in homes we look at. It's better to have a repair cost analysis when looking at a home than to waste time and back out of a purchase after the home inspection. I look forward to working with you!