Smarter Agent launches their touted application on Blackberry
January 9, 2008 (Philadelphia, PA) – For the users of Blackberry devices, an exciting and interactive carrier-approved application has been added to the download list. Smarter Agent, the company that invented and patented the mobile location-aware real estate search, announced today that their Homes for Sale mobile application is now live on select Blackberry devices on all major carriers. Unlike other cell phone models, Homes for Sale is a free download for Blackberry.
Not only is Homes for Sale the first consumer-based real estate application that is available for download for the Blackberry, but it is also the only real estate application on Blackberry that is personally branded to brokers and agents for distribution to their clients.
The application can be downloaded to a consumer’s cell phone for FREE by visiting www.smarteragent.com/blackberry.
The Homes for Sale application allows consumers to search for properties directly from their Blackberry using GPS technology (where available) or by entering in a city, state, address or zip code. Smarter Agent instantly returns all publically allowable information, including the number of bedrooms and bathrooms, the price, the square footage, the estimated mortgage, taxes, property details – even pictures. A comprehensive map also lets the user see where they are in relation to the homes.
Homes for Sale has been live on over 100 different cell phone models on Sprint and AT&T since early September 2008. Smarter Agent is now able to reach more consumers by adding the Blackberry Curve, World, Pearl and Pearl Flip editions to the roster of live cell phone models.
The application can be downloaded to a consumer’s cell phone for FREE by visiting www.smarteragent.com/blackberry. Smarter Agent has also partnered with some of the top real estate brokerages, as well as individual brokers and agents around the country, who are able to provide links to branded versions of the Homes for Sale application for consumer download.