How Smart Phones are changing the way Buyers find a Home.

smartphoneSurvey: Mobile technology dominates home buying process

Demonstrating the proliferation of mobile technology into nearly every facet of our lives, more than eight out of 10 home buyers are accessing home information on their smart phones and computer tablets, according to C.A.R.’s “2013 Survey of California Home Buyers.”

The survey found 85 percent of buyers used a mobile device during the home-buying process, with the majority of buyers (70 percent) accessing the Internet from their smart phones and 15 percent accessing it from their tablets.

While the majority of buyers (61 percent) found their home through an agent, the percentage who found their home online more than doubled from 16 percent in 2012 to a record high of 37 percent in 2013.

Almost one-third (30 percent) of buyers rated Realtor.com as the most useful website, followed closely by Zillow at 28 percent.  Broker and agent websites were also helpful in the home-buying process as buyers increasingly seek local expertise and information.
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