Monday, February 7, 2011

ResortQuest launches free Delaware Beach real estate mobile search app for smart phones  

RQ's Sea Colony Blog,
Originally published Wednesday, February 7, 2011 —

ResortQuest Real Estate Speeds up the House-Hunting Process in Coastal Delaware with a Real Estate Search for Smart Phones

Delaware beach real estate search, from Fenwick Island to Rehoboth Beach and Bethany Beach to Ocean View and beyond, is now available instantly with ResortQuest Real Estate's new mobile application.

Download ResortQuest Real Estate's free coastal Delaware real estate search mobile app.
Download ResortQuest Real Estate's
free coastal Delaware real estate
search mobile app.
ResortQuest Real Estate is providing a mobile real estate search that makes it possible for resort real estate seekers to search Sussex County, Delaware, real estate listings from Fenwick Island to Lewes and Bethany Beach to Seaford from their mobile devices.


With ResortQuest's mobile real estate search application, interested home buyers can be in any neighborhood in Coastal Delaware's Quiet Resorts, including Bethany Beach, Sea Colony, The Village at Bear Trap Dunes and Bayside waterfront golf resort, Ocean View and Fenwick Island; or the northern Sussex resort areas of Rehoboth Beach, Dewey Beach and Lewes; or any of the surrounding coastal communities, and view detailed real estate property information at the touch of a button.

The GPS technology in their mobile phone, when available, locates users and pulls up addresses and information on listings in their immediate area. Information, such as listing price, square footage, tax information, bedrooms, bathrooms, interior and exterior features, pictures and more, becomes available instantly in the palm of their hand.

Consumers can also search by address, community name, city or zip code when GPS is not available, or if they want to search for real estate in an area other than their current location.

The "Call to See" feature within the mobile real estate search application will connect users to one of ResortQuest’s real estate sales professionals if they have questions or want to schedule a tour of the property.

“Smart phones offer exciting new possibilities for marketing real estate,” said Patrick A. Davis, ResortQuest Delaware's general manager. “House hunters want to search for real estate using the powerful capabilities of their phones, and we're happy to offer them a free and easy way to do just that.”

Consumers can get ResortQuest Real Estate’s mobile real estate search on their cell phone by visiting ResortQuestDE.com for easy instructions or by texting QUEST to 87778 to receive a text message with a link to download the mobile real estate application. This premium application is free to access.

ResortQuest Real Estate’s mobile real estate search application, created by Smarter Agent, is available as a free fully downloadable application on hundreds of devices across all of the major carriers.

For the latest on real estate in the resort and inland areas of Sussex County, Delaware, visit ResortQuestDE.com, or follow ResortQuest Delaware & Maryland on Facebook or Twitter


About ResortQuest Real Estate, Delaware & Maryland

Since the early 1970s, ResortQuest Delaware has provided comprehensive real estate sales, vacation rental and homeowner association management services to Sea Colony and other fine communities in Delaware's Quiet Resorts and the surrounding coastal areas. With offices in southern Delaware and Ocean City, Md., the company offers comprehensive vacation rental services to more than 850 vacation rental properties. ResortQuest is consistently the real estate market leader for listings, sales and listings sold at Sea Colony, The Village at Bear Trap Dunes and Bayside waterfront golf resort and throughout southeast Sussex County, according to the Sussex County Association of REALTORS® Multiple Listing Service. Its homeowner association management division represents the needs of nearly 4,000 homeowners in 45 associations from Lewes to Fenwick Island, Delaware.

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