To remain at the forefront of online real estate technology, we ‘re excited to announce the release of the Homes.com Rentals Mobile App! This is the newest addition to our Homes.com Mobile App Library specifically designed for on-the-go mobile users looking for a place to rent, continuing our tradition of providing consumers with the tools needed to find a place to call home.
“With year-over-year rental search traffic growing on Homes.com by more than 514 percent on mobile devices, our first priority in designing the rentals mobile app was to create an optimal shopping experience for renters,” said Brock MacLean, executive vice president of Homes.com.
The Homes.com Rentals Mobile App is the only real estate application that provides users with a commute time calculator. This feature allows a renter to calculate the time it takes to get from their potential rental property to points of interest such as school, work and nearby shopping districts. In addition to its simple iOS and Android specific navigation features, the Homes.com Rentals App is the only app currently available from national real estate search sites that allows renters to easily filter search results based on pet-friendly rentals.
With this new app, Homes.com has kept our real estate professionals in mind too! It allows consumers to customize their searches and connect with agents or property managers. As a benefit to advertisers, the new Homes.com Rentals App will launch with expansive rental inventory provided exclusively by our sister site, ForRent.com and participating Homes.com agents, brokers, and MLSs. All consumer inquiries will be sent to the advertiser for lead follow-up.
Read the full press release to find out more details on all of the features that the innovative Homes.com Rentals app has to offer.
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