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Home Selling Tips for 2011 With iOS Apps

The housing market has still not recovered since the recession, which was due to home loans not being paid in the first place. Things have improved a little, but there is still a way to go. For those looking to move then there are a number of home selling tips in 2011 that you can apply to help things move along quickly. The best news is that you do not have to pay for someone to come in to your home, as there are a bunch of iOS apps available to help you.

We need you to sit down for this first app, as it will cost you $18.99. The iOS app in question is called “Tips and Traps When Selling a Home by Robert Irwin” and helps you achieve the best deal possible when selling your home. You will get to learn all the changes in real estate and how it affects you as a seller.

The next on our list is “101 Tips For Selling Your Home On Your Own” and you will be pleased to know that it costs just $0.99. This app is easier to understand and offers you help to try and sell your home fast. The first and best bit of advice is to grab yourself as much knowledge as possible – so know your intended market and focus on that.

One of the easiest apps to understand has to be the “A Sell Your Home Fast Guide;” and at just $2.99 works out much cheaper than getting an expert in. Using this iOS app gives you an insight into a home selling plan, a checklist, the selling process, how to get rid of your home fast and so much more.

These are just three apps available on iTunes for selling your home. Have you used any apps like these to sell your home, if so please let us know if they were of a great help to you?

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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