Mobile Commerce

Curb Call Aims To Be The Uber Of Real Estate

For prospective homebuyers who are searching for a home with the same sense of immediacy that most people take to finding a taxi, a new service – Curb Call – has launched. The Uber-like mobile app lets potential homebuyers connect with realtors “right now,” comes to the market with Realty One Group as its first client, reports InManNews.

The things that stop the news service from just being Uber for real estate is a twist on the service wherein customers have additional access to agent rankings before choosing one. Instead of consumers sending out a call to all accessible agents and getting the one who responds first, they instead receive a list of all available nearby agents. From there they can choose to  tap the one they want based on user feedback on agents’ Curb Call profiles, travel time or whatever other factors most matter to the property enthusiasts.

The app is currently available on iPhone for multiple listing services, brokerages and consumers. Consumers may access and use the app for free. Realty One Group, has purchased the app for agents on an exclusive basis in San Diego, Phoenix , the greater Los Angeles area and Las Vegas.

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