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App to Incorporate Comprehensive Foreclosure and REO Info

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Jul 19, 2011

Visionary Apps LLC has announced that its Complete Foreclosures application for the iPhone and iPad is now exclusively powered by RealtyTrac data, an online marketplace of foreclosure properties. The RealtyTrac Single Property Details Purchase feature will allow Complete Foreclosures to offer full details on all listings, whereas before some of the property listings only had partial details. The data from RealtyTrac will instantly bring the free Complete Foreclosure app the best data available for over 1.5 million new default, auction, real estate-owned (REO) and pre-foreclosure listings from more than 2,200 United States counties, as well as many new features. When launched in February 2010, the Complete Foreclosures app for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch was the first national foreclosures app and instantly rated as one of the top 10 business apps on iTunes and has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, BusinessWeek, Forbes and on Bloomberg News. Complete Foreclosures understands the way homebuyers and investors search for properties, and so they developed a quick and easy way for consumers to access millions of foreclosed properties locally and nationwide. Easy customizable options allow users to filter-out any properties that do not meet their needs. Custom sort options include price, square footage and number of bedrooms and bathrooms. “Overall, the RealtyTrac data and new features will help dramatically increase the user experience,” said Daniel Burrus, chief executive officer and founder of Visionary Apps LLC. “We’ve made it incredibly easy for users to find foreclosed properties that meet their needs. They simply tap their screen for detailed listing data or to be connected directly to a local real estate professional associated with the property who can answer their questions about the home or foreclosure buying process.”
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