How Do You Start Your Home Search

Dated: 10/23/2014

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When you search for a home with eXp Realty, you have access to an array of free, powerful online tools. Search, save, organize, and get updates on your favorite homes, anytime and anywhere.

We recognize the level of service that clients demand. You have information. You have dreams. We possess experience, integrity, and innovation. Together we create leverage to make your dreams a reality.

Our website displays full MLS listings, plus bank foreclosures and REOs in the cities where we offer service. Most real estate sites offer only a fraction of the listings we provide — as a licensed real estate brokerage, we can give you access to the same information used by agents across the country. Our listings are updated frequently, so you'll always see the latest and most accurate details.

When you do find a home you like, it's time to dig into the details. On our home details page, we show you as much information as we're allowed to for every home. We provide photos, details on the home, plus information on local price trends and nearby homes with similar features.

When you're ready to see a home, schedule a home tour. A home tour gives you the best opportunity to spend time seeing a home in detail. If you'd like an in-depth look at preparing for and getting the most out of a home tour, please get in touch.

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