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

WASHINGTON -- As consumers flock to download iPhone apps for real estate from big names in search, like Realtor.com, Zillow and Trulia, brokerages are eager to get in on the action, too, executives at a Colorado-based software developer say.With the Apple iTunes store supporting keyword searches, brokerages want to establish a strong presence there so they'll turn up high in the search results, said Alex Levy, president and CEO of Hillside Software.While many brokerages are focused on their rankings on search engines like Google, Levy says they now also have to woo the iPhone user who gets up on a Sunday morning and searches for a real estate app."It's like Google -- the guys who get on first will turn up on the first page" in searches of the iTunes store, Levy said, manning his ...