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

Computer consulting firm Nicholas Trataris International has developed a real estate database application for the Apple iPhone. For $14.99, iTopAgent allows users to track buyers, listings and business contacts. Under a "Buyers" button, agents can type in the buyer's name, contact information and address; details for the kind of property the buyer is interested in; properties the agent has shown the buyer; the names of those involved in the escrow process such as the escrow officer and lender; and a to-do list of buyer-related tasks. For listings, agents can type in the listing address; the seller's name and contact information; property details and features; showing instructions; escrow information; and a to-do list. Photos can be taken directly with the iPhone and uploaded t...