3 real estate tech tidbits worth knowing about

These updates caught our attention this week
  • Property search interface HomeASAP is continuing to reach more agents across the country.
  • More brokerages need to make dramatic model shifts to keep pace with consumers.
  • Success of industry apps will become more dependent on how they address peer interaction among buyers.

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Have suggestions for products that you'd like to see reviewed by our real estate technology expert? Email Craig Rowe. The Inman technology review inbox experienced a rather voluminous influx of cool stuff to talk about this week. Some of the products mentioned here I'll be reviewing in full in the coming weeks. More people can find a HomeASAP The company with a home search interface that ranked higher than Zillow's in a focus group is continuing to reach more agents across the country. The product's sleek map search, Facebook for Business Pages and agent landing page features are now available for application in 84 of the country's largest 100 MLSs. More than one million agents are eligible to quickly link their listings to HomeASAP. I opined in my May 6 review: Whether searching from Facebook or the agent’s landing page, shoppers can see integrated community content about schools, commute times and nearby amenities. Each listing also has a nice series of ico...