360° Coverage : Abacus Properties Inc. Unveils New Smart Phone App for San Diego...

Abacus Properties Inc. Unveils New Smart Phone App for San Diego County

For home buyers searching for properties and real estate agents looking to generate leads.

Oct 15 2013, 8:26am CDT | by PR.com

Abacus Properties Inc. Unveils New Smart Phone App for San Diego County
Photo Credit: PR.com

San Diego, CA, October 15, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Abacus Properties Inc. is unveiling their new smart phone app this month. Designed by real estate professionals, Abacus' app allows San Diego home buyers to search and view on their mobile devices any property on the Multiple Listing Service (MLS). Because it gets data directly from San Diego's local MLS, all information is current and updated continuously. Abacus' agent will be immediately notified every time a buyer uses the app to view a listing, opening a line of communication between the buyer and the agent.

"We are proud to provide our agents with this cutting edge tool to enhance their business. At the same time, we deliver increase buyer convenience and create tremendous interest for our listings!" said Broker of Record, Kathleen Low. "We are committed in providing our agents with advance technology and training, in turn, they will provide their clients with outstanding service and results."

Abacus' app is available for free download in Apple Store and Google Play, or, text "abacus" to 32323.

Contact Information:
Abacus Properties Inc.
Kathy Low
858-674-6648
Contact via Email
www.AbacusPropertiesInc.com

Read the full story here: http://www.pr.com/press-release/521858

Press Release Distributed by PR.com

Source: PR.com

 
 
 

blog comments powered by Disqus

Latest stories

Amazon Changes Self Publishing Forever - Again
Amazon Changes Self Publishing Forever - Again
The self publishing haven will only pay when books are read.
 
 
Uber says "NO!" to Guns for Passengers and Drivers
Uber says "NO!" to Guns for Passengers and Drivers
The recent increase in gun violence led to the change, the hitch-a-ride giant says.
 
 
More Sony Leaks: What Couldn't the New Spiderman Be?
More Sony Leaks: What Couldn't the New Spiderman Be?
Private emails that were released show that executives at Sony didn't want a black or gay Spiderman.
 
 
Gap to Close 175 Stores Soon
Gap to Close 175 Stores Soon
The retail giant is experiencing a multitude of problems.