Smarter Agent launched its Homes for Sale mobile search service in Las Vegas today and across the US. Currently available on the Sprint and AT&T networks with over 130 million customers, Smarter Agent will extend its current converage by year-end 2008 to a wider variety of cell phones than today.
Smarter Agent will allow Las Vegas cell phone users to see homes and condos for sale using GPS technology, property photos, property data and much more. Should the mobile user wish more information about a specific property, including the one the home or condo in which they are standing in front to view, they can be connected to one of Luxury Realty Group's agents to assist. Imagine standing in front of Sky Las Vegas to review current luxury condos for sale, photos and recent sales and more data on your cell phone.
Bruce Hiatt, Broker and owner of Luxury Realty Group, says "Smarter Agent in this real estate climate delivers a key mobile service highly desired by real estate buyers in Las Vegas". Bruce also said, "With the iPhone increasingly being carried by our clients and prospected clients, Smarter Agent will provide a whole new level of real estate services while the client is in front of the home or condo of interest to them." He further said,"Of course the iPhone is just one of many mobile device types supported by Smarter Agent."
For the Las Vegas area, Luxury Realty Group is the exclusive provider of the Smarter Agent service.
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Contact Bruce Hiatt at (702) 456-7080 x201 and let's create a referral opportunity for your buyer and Luxury Realty Group. You can also follow Bruce on Twitter @LuxuryRealtyGrp.
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