If you mouse over any of those cities, you’ll see a drop down menu offering the chance to search all homes in that community, search specifically for bank owned homes or short sales, search the small selection of HUD homes or check the current market statistics.
(The lone exception is Phoenix itself, but that’s in the works.)
Click on any of those and you’ll be taken to the specific search in which you’re interested; click on the city name at the top and you’ll be directed to the city page with listings by price, market statistics on the right hand side and a selection of homes for sale by community on the left.
And coming soon … community searches by city, at least for some select neighborhoods as covering an entire city would require about a zillion submenus.
There is a slight catch, though. After the first couple of searches I’m going to ask you to register, and with cause. Once you’re registered you can save your favorites, save your searches, receive e-mail updates with new-to-the-market homes – the kind of information you may be searching multiple sites (including bogus listing sites like Zillow and Trulia) to find.
Save yourself some time, save some headaches and surrender forever the myth that there’s a deal to be had working with a listing agent who is working for your opposition, the seller.
And most of all, tell a friend and save them some time as well.