New Real Estate Tools for Home Buyers

Thursday, October 15, 2015 | 3:00 am

Have you ever played phone tag with a realtor? As Aason Alms, a real estate agent at Partner’s Trust, said “I feel like a lot of agents do what they have to do but they don’t go above and beyond. I feel like I always make sure that my clients have my full attention. They can get me whenever they need to.” All the back and forth with some realtors can take up quite a bit of time. Well, that ends now. Now, you can communicate back and forth on the app or website directly with your realtor.

Have you ever considered buying a new home from the comfort of your own home? Partner’s Trust in conjunction with The Enterprise network has made this possible through a new app. The app takes the best of their website and condenses it for mobile users. If you are planning to buy a house or just looking around this website and its application can be a truly useful tool.

The app is a one-stop-shop for both buyers and sellers to get the scoop on the latest properties. It lets you list a home, save your searches on your desktop and check them on your app, search properties for sale and set up email notifications.

There is a map of the area with all the information you need to know such as if a property has a pending sale. You can also check prices, know which properties you have already viewed and get directions to each listing.

While the app is helpful for both buyers and sellers, it should not replace the experience of working with a trusted realtor. Realtors can guide you through the emotional as well as the technical side of buying and selling. “I think a lot of purchasing is emotional and it’s usually emotional person and technical later with buyers, and them with sellers it’s technical person and emotional later,” said Alms.

The Partners Trust app is available through their website as well as Google Play and the App Store.

The Partner’s Trust is located at 594 E. Colorado Blvd, Pasadena. Call (626) 399-4696 or visit their website at




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