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Real Estate Apps To Help You Find Your Dream House

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PHILADELPHIA -

Spring often means house hunting in the real estate market, and this year realtors are reporting the lowest inventory in years.

So, on Thursday on "Good Day" we had the latest phone apps to help you find the latest listings before they are gone!

Consumer expert Cassie Slane joined us to talk about three such apps.

"HomeSnap" allows you to tap an address and get info, like square feet, the price and information on local schools.

"Redfin" is free, gives agent notes, photos and has GPS to help find nearby listings.

And the app from "Realtor.com" offers updates every 15 minutes on new listings.

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