This is the time of year when you get that itch to look at homes, especially online. While I have a great searching solution here on my website, I want to bring your attention to a great new(ish) web service called Dwellicious. Bookmark, save, share, and update your home search online with this truly nifty tool. Check out the video below to see just what it’s all about.

Now you’re are ready to bookmark your favorite real estate properties on the Internet! Below is a list of the real estate search portals Dwellicious works with.

  • cbbain.com
  • century21.com
  • coldwellbanker.com
  • corcoran.com
  • craigslist.ca
  • craigslist.org
  • cyberhomes.com
  • enormo.com
  • estately.com
  • frontdoor.com
  • har.com
  • homefinder.com
  • homes.com
  • homescape.com
  • homesdatabase.com
  • hometoflorida.com
  • johnlscott.com
  • kw.com
  • metrolistmls.com
  • mlsfinder.com
  • realtor.ca
  • realtor.com
  • redfin.com
  • remax.com
  • rentals.com
  • sandicor.com
  • sdlookup.com
  • themls.com
  • trulia.com
  • yahoo.com
  • zillow.com
  • zipvo.com

Dwellicious is adding more sites to the mix all the time.

Features I love…

  • Keep your entire property list in one, easy to access, place
  • Walk Score and other ‘cool tools’
  • Smart Bookmarks allow your properties to stay updated without you having to do a thing
  • Social network sharing with one click posting to twitter and facebook

So there you have it. Dwellicious….another great tool spawned from a bunch of great tools. I’m a big proponent of ‘work smarter, not harder’ and that especially applies to searching for your next home. I help all my clients get set up with a Dwellicious account (totally free). It helps them stay focused and keeps them updated and allows me to find out what their preferences really are before we ever start touring homes.

If you would like my help with a new Dwellicious account or would like to find out about some of the other nifty websites, gadgets, and tools I use to conduct my real estate business, contact me anytime and I’ll be happy to help.

Heard of any nifty, neato, golly gee gadgets or sites out there I should know about? Let me and other home owners know by commenting below.