CoreLogic announced Wednesday the launch of GoMLS 2.0, the company’s mobile productivity for multiple listing service providers. The app, which is compatible with any MLS system, gives real estate professionals the ability to utilize in-depth listing and property data via their iPhone, iPad or Android. 

The app also provides user the ability to extend mobile search functionality to their home buying and selling clients. A new feature called Home Assist, which allows real estate agents and consumers to collaborate remotely on the home search process using their mobile devices, was introduced by the app. 

Real estate agents using GoMLS can chat and share listings with clients in a running thread, making it easy to see their favorite homes, notes and new search activity. 

By using email, text messaging, Facebook or Twitter, agents can invite their clients to download an agent-branded consumer version of the app that lets them stay in touch while searching for properties. 

The app has a deep MLS integration, which provides agents with access to real-time MLS data, agent-only listing information, MLS saved searches and contacts, listing edit capabilities and optional Realist property information. 

"The launch of GoMLS has been a tremendous success, and working with CoreLogic has been a great experience," said Merri Jo Cowen, CEO of My Florida Regional MLS. "GoMLS gives our members the mobile solution they need with quick, comprehensive location-based searches, as well as the ability to market themselves to prospective clients. The reviews from our members have been glowing, and we’ve already had more than 28,000 downloads of the app in the first four months."

"GoMLS succeeds because it marries the deep MLS integration that real estate professionals require with the power of on-device features like GPS and map shape searching," said Ben Graboske, senior vice president of real estate and financial services for CoreLogic. "Now, with Home Assist, GoMLS makes it possible for agents and clients to share listings, compare notes, and collaborate on their property research—any time, from any location."