With the home buying process becoming more and more digital, HomeFinder.com announced the release of its iPhone app that gives consumers more access to millions of available home listings. The new iPhone app joins HomeFinder.com’s android app.

For the app user, it’s as easy as standing in front of a house for sale and opening the new app. Instantly, details about the property appear when the app is opened.

The app offers numerous search filters to help narrow the user’s search, GPS enabled map search and automatic synching between the app and desktop.

“When we designed the new HomeFinder.com Real Estate Search iPhone app, our number one focus was to give consumers the simplest app to use, while designing a feature-rich tool,” said Greg Johnson, vice president of product development, HomeFinder.com.

Johnson added, “We built the app largely based on consumer feedback, so this app is not simply what we think consumers need, it is what consumers told us was missing in the market.”

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