HomeSnap Lets You Snap Photos Of Houses And See How Much They're Worth

Here’s an iPhone app for the new Silicon Valley housing boom: HomeSnap lets you snap photos of houses and know what they sold for and how much they’re worth.

Robert Scoble was raving about it yesterday during a panel session at the Startupism conference in San Francisco.

Online real estate broker¬†Sawbuck Reality¬†launched HomeSnap for the iPhone in early March. If the house is on sale now, the app identifies the house and gives you the current list price, interior photos, and tells you when there’s a schedule for a showing. If it sold recently, it finds the sale price.

You can download the free app here.

Check out Scoble’s video of how it works:

 

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