Top Real Estate Apps and Websites


In today’s age of technology and the internet, majority of the real estate transactions take place online. Real estate websites are getting a lot of traction every month due to the value they deliver to both buyers and sellers. 

Buyers can see hundreds of properties from the comfort of their homes. Similarly, sellers benefit too, as the exposure their house gets is unparalleled. 

To add to the convenience, real estate apps have emerged, which draw millions of visitors monthly due to the ease they offer with on-the-go searches. 

Real estate websites and mobile apps place a huge database of properties in the hands of users. They offer targeted searches filtered by location, square footage and the number of bedrooms, and more.

To give you a head start we have compiled a list of some top real estate websites and apps for your needs.

Top Real Estate Websites and Apps


Zillow was founded in 2006 by two ex-Microsoft employees. It provides a strong suite of tools for sellers, buyers, real estate agents, and other home professionals. 

This website has one of the biggest databases, covering more than 135 million properties. It has robust search and filtering features.

For buyers, Zillow gives an immersive photo experience to help you get a complete overview of the house. The website also has its proprietary algorithm called Zestimate which helps estimate the price of homes. 

However, this algorithm is only as good as the information in its database.  

Zillow also has one of the most downloaded apps on both Apple and Android platforms. The primary Zillow app allows you to look up homes and apartments, list yours for rent or sale, connect with real estate agents, tour the home through videos and photos, and a lot more. is another one of the very popular and user-friendly real estate websites. Its sorting filters help you narrow down your home search and sale. 

It is not a substitute for a real estate agent and recognizes this. Concentrate on what you are seeking in a property rather than stressing over paperwork and jargon. is affiliated with the National Association of Realtors, making it one of the most reliable and professional places for real estate. Users can also look for a real estate agent directly from the website, where over a million agents are registered.

It also has an app that lets users look for homes, see pictures, take video tours, and compare neighborhoods based on different criteria. You can also get in touch with real estate agents and operate financial calculators through the app. 

Both website and app are free for buyers and renters.


If you are a homeowner trying to sell your house without a real estate agent, you may be wondering how to list on MLS by yourself. This is where flat fee MLS companies like Houzeo come into play.

Houzeo is a nationwide online platform that helps sellers list their homes on the MLS for a flat fee. You can also skip the listing agent’s commission with a flat fee MLS service. 

Most online reviews of the website praise its excellent customer service and user-friendly platform. Everything can be accessed online via a user-friendly dashboard. The listings are syndicated on hundreds of other real estate platforms. 

Houzeo listings are available in four pricing tiers. This flat fee MLS company doesn’t charge any hidden fee and thus you know precisely what is included in your package. While its basic and premium tier plans are expensive compared to competitors, the two mid-tier packages are more in tune with what other flat-fee MLS services provide. 

The company has a 4.9 rating on major review sites like Google and Trustpilot. There is also a Houzeo app which makes listing on the MLS and other things very fast and simple. 


A close competitor of Zillow and a lot of similar functions and feature-wise, Trulia is another popular real estate website. 

It makes it as simple as possible to search for a home that truly matches the idea you have in mind of your dream home. There are over 35 filters and custom keyword searches. 

You can even evaluate the pros and cons of any neighborhood. From drone footage to resident reviers, Trulia provides many useful insights. Both its website and the app have guides for selling, buying, and renting. 

The company stands out for its app, which is both easy and fun.

For renters keen to learn not just about the apartments but also about the nearby area and community, is a great choice. 

The website houses a huge library of easy-to-digest articles for each phase of a user’s renting experience. 

The app has more than 5 million downloads on Google Play and nearly 60,000 reviews, which gives it an average rating of 4.6 out of 5. The Apple Store has an average user rating of 4.8 out of 5 from over 232,000 reviews. 

Both the website and app are free for searching properties. It makes money by charging $29 to apply for nearly 10 rentals within 30 days on the app.

Founded in 1997, is a great website for “for sale by owner” homeowners who want to sell their property without involving a real estate agent. 

The platform gives packaged offerings that include the option of listing on the MLS and syndication with other real estate websites. 

These were some of our top picks for real estate websites and apps. We hope it was helpful!

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