Homesnap has expanded its real estate intelligence to include MLS data, property tax records, census info and more

Currently the top-rated real estate app, Homesnap is a mobile platform offering real estate services to agents, brokers and consumers alike. While the startup initially functioned as a consumer-facing app, providing details about local homes for sale, it has developed into a rich source of information for the industry. Over 70% of real estate agents now draw on its specialized homes database.

While the primary attraction for agents is the real-time MLS listings that optimize matching buyers and sellers, the app remains popular among consumers as well for its detailed content on listings, customizable favorites and in-app messaging that allows users to share their finds with friends and agents. Homesnap recently raised a $14 million Series B round led by Updata Partners, taking its net funding to $32 million, which will likely allow the app to continue as the fastest-growing mobile real estate platform.

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Currently the top-rated real estate app, Homesnap is a mobile platform offering real estate services to agents, brokers and consumers alike. While the startup initially functioned as a consumer-facing app, providing details about local homes for sale, it has developed into a rich source of information for the industry. Over 70% of real estate agents now draw on its specialized homes database.

While the primary attraction for agents is the real-time MLS listings that optimize matching buyers and sellers, the app remains popular among consumers as well for its detailed content on listings, customizable favorites and in-app messaging that allows users to share their finds with friends and agents. Homesnap recently raised a $14 million Series B round led by Updata Partners, taking its net funding to $32 million, which will likely allow the app to continue as the fastest-growing mobile real estate platform.