Mobile technology dominates home buying process

A California Association of Realtors survey found 85 percent of buyers used a mobile device while browsing for housing, with 70 percent of buyers accessing the Internet from their smart phones and 15 percent accessing it from their tablets. The percentage who found their home online more than doubled to a record high of 37 percent in 2013.

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Infographic: MLSListings launches MLS Source mobile app for SF Bay Area buyers, sellers, real estate professionals

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