Corcoran launches real estate iPhone app

Miami /
Dec.December 02, 2009 03:38 PM
CEO of Corcoran Pam Liebman

The Corcoran Group announced today the release of a real estate iPhone application, which will allow users to search Corcoran listings in Manhattan, Brooklyn, the East End of Long Island and South Florida. The app allows users to view full photos, pull property information and contact the listing agent directly from the listing via phone or e-mail. The Corcoran app also uses the iPhone’s internal GPS to identify the user’s location and lets the user know how far away a listing is and the various routes to get there. Users can also take advantage of a “Get Out Nearby” feature, which pinpoints local restaurants, shops, and nightlife in the neighborhood of a particular listing. “The iPhone app is a natural fit for Corcoran as real estate information becomes more transparent and technology becomes more accessible and consumer focused,” said Corcoran CEO Pam Liebman. TRD


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