SAN FRANCISCO -- At hour 27 of the around-the-clock "hackathon" hosted by Realogy in a huge room on the ground floor of San Francisco's Moscone Center, about 40 energy drink-fueled coders busily put the finishing touches on the apps most started building just a day before. At 12:30 p.m. on Thursday, the 15 teams who completed the event that started Wednesday morning began pitching their ideas to a panel of Realogy exec judges for a chance to win a cash prize and a spot in the National Association of Realtors expo on Friday and over the weekend in conjunction with its national meeting. The winner, Team RealKick, a group of three led by Web designer Andrew Lockhart, took home $2,500 for a mobile app that helps agents guide consumers through the home shopping process. Lockhart spent the...
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