RE/MAX EQUITY GROUP INTRODUCES MOBILE AUDIO HOME FINDER TO PROVIDE BUYERS WITH INSTANT AUDIO ACCESS TO LOCAL LISTING INFORMATION

RE/MAX equity group’s  branded “Audio Home Finder,” powered by VoicePad’s Mobile IDX Audio Search technology, allows home buyers immediate access from any telephone to all the broker shared listings from the Regional Multiple Listing Service (RMLS) in Portland and Vancouver and from the Willamette Valley Multiple Listing Service (WVMLS) in the Salem area.

RE/MAX equity group “For Sale Signs” will now include a local number for home shoppers to call for immediate and detailed information, in both English or Spanish, on homes listed in the local multiple listing service, 24 hours a day – seven days a week. In the Portland Metro area, the phone number is 503-270-HOME (4663). In  Vancouver, the local number is 360-258-CELL (2355). In Salem, the local number is 503-371-5200. 

“Buyers can easily receive instant information about the home they are interested in by calling our system and simply entering the house address, on our listings or other listings in the local MLS,” said Jim Homolka, President of RE/MAX equity group. “Home shoppers who call the RE/MAX equity group Audio Home Finder can also receive the estimated mortgage payment and opt to receive a text message with the home’s features sent directly to their cell phone.”

In addition, the Audio Tours for RE/MAX equity group listings will also be available, in both English and Spanish, on the company’s website at www.equitygroup.com. This provides greater accessibility to listing information on the site.

RE/MAX equity group agents can also register the buyers they’re working with on the new RE/MAX equity group Audio Home Finder. It enables a home shopper who’s out and about and finds a home of interest to instantly get more information on a specific property and alert their agent at the same time. They will also receive an email with the details on the homes they were interested in.

“Consumers are the real winners with this service,” said Homolka. “They get the information they want, when they want it, without scrambling for paper to write an address down, collect flyers, or having to research houses they saw later. They will have it all on their phone.”

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