New home-hunting app rolls in social media

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Real Estate Broker/Owner with Stateside Properties

Potential San Diego homebuyers with iPhones and iTouches now have an app that combines social media and house-hunting. Sawbuck -- an online real-estate brokerage in Washington D.C. that serves San Diego -- is the creator of the free tool, the first one of its kind that lets users "check in" to residential properties on the market, and leave notes, photos and videos on their visits. Read More: http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/2011/jan/21/new-real-estate-app-rolls-social-media/

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