MINNEAPOLIS, Sept. 25, 2012 – Mobile Realty Apps is launching a new product focused on giving agents an edge on the market, providing the first mobile MLS solution with edit/upload photo capabilities.
edgeMLS is the fastest and easiest way for real estate agents to access and update MLS information. It features new technology that fuses directly with MLS software systems like Fusion, Matrix, flexmls, and others. With this level of integration and performance, edgeMLS is the most advanced mobile application in the real estate industry.
“Agents have been asking to do more than just search on their mobile devices,” said Aaron Kardell, founder and CEO of Mobile Realty Apps. “We are thrilled to bring a whole new level of functionality for agents to use in the field.”
edgeMLS supports in-app editing capabilities that allow agents to do more out of the office. Price and status updates can be made as they occur. Agents can even upload photos directly from their smartphone or tablet.
Deep integrations let agents access their existing MLS contacts with saved properties. Agents can assign possibilities or favorites to their contacts and see the changes reflected in their desktop MLS system. Saved searches are also available.
All of these new integrations are backed by Mobile Realty Apps’ industry leading search apps on iPad, iPhone, and Android. These apps feature HomeSpotter, an augmented reality technology that shows agents home listings simply by aiming their device at homes or condo buildings. They also offer map and criteria search for more refined searches.
About Mobile Realty Apps
Mobile Realty Apps provides a complete mobile solution to brokers and MLSs, featuring apps for iPhone, iPad, Android, and BlackBerry, QR codes, text and voice response solutions. Mobile Realty Apps is perhaps best known for its industry-leading HomeSpotter augmented reality technology. Founded in 2009 and based in Minneapolis, Mobile Realty Apps implemented its professional access solutions for over a half-dozen of the largest MLSs in the US during the first half of 2012 including Northstar MLS and Northwest MLS, and many more are lining up to implement before the end of the year.