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SimpleForeclosures.com | New Player Gobbling Mobile Market Share in Real Estate(March 14, 2013)
(PRWEB) March 14, 2013
Huge market share gained in real estate foreclosures marketplace gained almost overnight! http://www.SimpleForeclosures.com (released Feb, 2012) is a website with mobile apps for the iPhone, iPad, & Android. The most recent noteworthy achievement for SimpleForeclosures.com was on the Apple App Store, where the websites two apps, gained two #1 positions. First, Foreclosed Homes the app gained the #1 position for all foreclosure apps in the Apple App Store. The real interesting move is that the Luxury Foreclosures app by SimpleForeclosures.com became the most popular luxury homes app in the county. It would appear that the general consensus, even in the high end niche of real estate, is that buyers are intrigued by the offer of a good deal, hence the Luxury Foreclosures app by SimpleForeclosures.com was able to become the top mobile player for luxury homes. The rapid growth of SimpleForeclosures.com was also recently publicized by ListHub, the nations largest MLS aggregator for property feeds.
See the article: http://news.listhub.net/mls/32/Featured-Channel.html
The other key to growth for the SimpleForeclosures.com apps is ease of use. The apps allow consumers to search for homes by different asset classes, which are all color coordinated, such as residential homes, foreclosures, short sales, HUD homes, auction properties, land, etc.
# 1 Nationally for Foreclosures (iPhone/iPad/Android)
1. Foreclosed Homes = Most popular foreclosures app (iPhone/iPad)
2. Foreclosures = Most popular foreclosures app (Android)
# 1 Nationally for Luxury Homes (iPhone/iPad)
3. Luxury Foreclosures = Most popular luxury homes app (iPhone/iPad)
The Foreclosed Homes app by SimpleForeclosures.com is not only the most popular foreclosures app, it is also ranked #5 in the nation for the phrase homes for sale (iPhone/iPad). Current top 6 apps for homes for sale are: 1. Realtor.com, 2. Trulia, 3. Zillow, 4. Redfin, 5. Foreclosed Homes, and 6. Homes.com (iPhone/iPad). The emergence of SimpleForeclosures.com does give hope for new players looking to take a piece of the pie for the online and mobile sectors of the real estate industry. However, their success was a result of changing the search experience and gearing it towards bargain hunters. Anyone can have a niche site (like a foreclosure site), however it takes the right framework/execution to create a consumer experience that pushes the product to the forefront of an industry. SimpleForeclosures.com will provide users with a search experience geared towards ease of use/search for foreclosures and other asset classes of properties.
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