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    First, there's Zillow, both the app - for Apple and Android devices - and the website.  This one lets you quickly search for a home in any area of the country.  It also allows you to access foreclosure listings, auctions and bank-owned properties. 
    Zillow will send you notifications when new listings hit the market, drop in price or have an open house.  It will also let you know when a house is sold so you're always in the know.
    Another one to check out is Trulia.  It lists all the homes for sale plus neighborhood profiles and school info.  Set up an account and you can ask questions, hear from prospective real estate agents.  Learn about the latest market trends for a given area.
    Finally, check out realtor dot com.  It boats listings on 3 million homes, more than any other real estate app.  It has multiple photos, open house information and pricing.  It has property details on nearly any home for sale in the country with most listings updated every 15 minutes.  It works with Apple and Android.
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