HomeGain today announced the re-launch of HomeScout.com, a consumer-facing Web site the company acquired in 2001. HomeScout.com provides access to instant home valuations, recent home sales, MLS listings, homes for sale from real estate agents and partners, and a Realtor search function. The site includes several types of searchable databases of homes for sale, including MLS listings access, new homes and home builders, foreclosure real estate listings, and homes for sale by agents and partners of HomeGain. MLS listings access is provided by subscribing HomeGain BuyerLink agents. New Homes and Foreclosure Listings are provided through agreements with NewHomeSource.com and Foreclosure.com, respectively, the company said. In some cases, consumers will be directed to the agent's Web site when searching for MLS listings. A search for listings in San Francisco takes users directly to a local broker Web site where they must fill out a lead form and provide contact information before gai...
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