Here's my list of the best apps Home Buyers will want to use when searching for a home:
CoolRealEstateApp.com -My personal app for searching for homes.
MortgageMapp -Get preapproved, check rates, and a mortgage calculator.
WalkScore -If you want to stay green and walk to stores, shops, entertainmet.
Great Schools -Check out school rankings for your children.
Dwellr -US Census app with neighborhood level statistics.
Houzz -Cool Interior design features and where to buy them.
House Hunter -Evaluate and Compare homes while you are shopping.
Compass -For cultural, religious, feng shui, or green reasons you want to know your directions.
iHandy Level -Five different levels to check your tilt.
AroundMe -Check out what's nearby.
ColorSmart -Behr paint app...to preview and match paint colors.
Sherwin Williams Color Snap -Sherwin Williams paint app...to preview and match paint colors.
Credit Karma -Keep track of your credit scores during your homebuying experience.
CityMapper -Find your way around LA, NYC, Chicago, SanFran, Washington, and more.
Waze -Find the best route for your commute.
Dog Park Finder Plus -Find the closest dog park.
Mobil Signal -Don't buy a house where your cell phone doesn't work.
Sound Meter -If there's a chance you'll be disturbed by noise.
Floor Plan Creater -Somehow floorplans disappear....now you can recreate them.
Magic Plan -Make your floorplan if the original is missing.
Camera -Great to take pictures of appliance serial numbers, air filter sizes, and hard to reach places.
Flashlight -You may want to see in the attic, basement, under the sink, or under the house.
Spirit Level Plus -If you think the floor is sloped and you don't have a marble.
Smart Measure -Electronic tape measure.
Starbucks -Hey I know way too many people who can't live without their Five bucks of coffee.
Homekeepr -Once you buy and move-in this app will help you keep your home in TipTop Shape.
Become an Agent -Not an app, but gets you connected to a broker in your area to jumpstart your career.
Some people are probably wondering where are the Zillow, Trulia, Redfin, Homesnap, and Realtor.com apps. I'm just not that big of fan of any of them. Some of them are known for having outdated listings. Use CoolRealEstateApp.com -My personal app for searching for homes. It's better, faster, cheaper, and more accurate.
If I have missed an app you found vital in your homesearch please let me know so I can add it to the list.