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realtor.com®, the official site of the National Association of REALTORS®, markets millions of homes for sale across the United States and Canada. In the U.S., there are nearly four million of homes for sale spanning all 50 states and representing over 800 MLSs. Simply enter a city and state in the search widget to access the expansive realtor.com® database of real estate listings: homes for sale, off-market/not for sale, sold and for rent property listings. Real estate consumers can find accurate and up to date local listings.

Each real estate listing provides comprehensive details about the property so consumers have a clear picture of what features and amenities are included. realtor.com® goes beyond simple real estate listings, however, with access to real estate tools and resources such as calculators, moving guides, real estate buying tips, and even quotes for movers, self-storage, and home insurance. There is also a real estate library where consumers can read up on important real estate facts and details.

realtor.com® offers mobile apps on the iPhone, Android™ and Windows® 7 platforms so that consumers can search for homes from their Smartphones. These mobile and tech savvy consumers are able to search while looking at the neighborhood first-hand and connect to real estate and real estate professionals in a way never dreamed possible in the past. Download the free REALTOR.com® at www.REALTOR.com/mobilewww.REALTOR.com/mobile

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