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Smarter Agent's Mobile Solution (4/15)

by | Apr 08, 2014

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Tuesday, April 15, 2014 10:00 AM PDT

Research shows that within the next three years more than 50% of consumers will access information from their mobile phone. What does this mean for the real estate industry? It means that many homebuyers will be searching for real estate information on their phone, not their computer.

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Join our 30-minute webinar to learn why the top agents and brokers are partnering with Smarter Agent to power their mobile strategy.

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