The entire world is going mobile, and Bank of America’s real estate broker-powered listing portal just joined the party. Not only that, but the financial powerhouse's listing search is hosted by Xome, the end-to-end real estate platform that's a subsidiary of Nationstar Mortgage Holdings. Real estate searches on a bank's website The country's second-largest bank recently unveiled a mobile-friendly redesign of its listing portal, modernizing a tool that feeds leads to a network of "member brokers" and has existed in some form since at least 2004. While some bank websites let buyers sift through their foreclosure listings, Bank of America's tool also lets buyers search existing for-sale properties. Chase rolled out a popular mobile search app in 2012 that sourced MLS listings from listings syndicator ListHub, but appears to have since retired the product. (A Chase spokeswoman who said she would look into why did not respond by press time.) Bank of Ameri...
- Bank of America's listing portal is now mobile-friendly.
- The portal gets listings from a network of "member brokers," who receive promotion on search and listing pages.
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