Hacker Connect January 16 in New York
An event for and by the real estate tech community

Imagine strolling through your neighborhood and, with a glance at your iPhone, finding out instantly how much just about any home you walk by last sold for. What if your iPhone could also display your location on a map that pinpoints nearby homes for sale and any that have recently changed hands? That's the promise of the new location-based iPhone application unveiled today by property valuation and listings giant Zillow. Zillow's iPhone app lets users see their location on a map as they walk or drive through a neighborhood, pulling up details not only on 3.3 million for-sale listings but about 95 percent of all U.S. homes. The free iPhone app delivers much of the same information that draws nearly 9 million visitors a month to the company's Web site, Zillow.com, including home ...