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

The real estate industry continues to adopt applications and services for mobile phones, with several companies making announcements in the last week.Dallas-based InstantInfo Corp. says Briggs Freeman Real Estate Brokerage is the first company to sign on to its eFastInfo.com service, which allows consumers to receive property information on their smartphones by entering a code on a listing's yard sign.Lead capture and management tools allow agents and brokers to review, communicate and keep profiles on each client in real time, InstantInfo said. The subscription-based eFastInfo.com service will handle up to 40 properties at a time for $29.99 per month.Charlotte, N.C.-based Allen Tate Co. said it will offer consumers instant access to property information from their cell phones through Cell...