Mobile Apps


A Better Way to Manage Real Estate

Davison Designed App Idea: BOSSS13

Available on the App Store

The Problem:

Selling a house or property is no easy task, especially if you have multiple properties on the market. Sure, you could contract a real estate firm to manage the transactions for you, but that cost can add up quick. If you have multiple properties constantly going on the market, this can become a headache.

Davison's Better Way:

The BOSSS app was developed specifically for owners to manage and sell multiple properties while cutting cost and time. Thanks to the app, real estate owners can cut out the middleman and complete the transactions themselves. Users can now list their properties for sale on the app, add descriptions, photos, comments, etc., thus allowing potential buyers to search those listings at their own convenience.

Featured in the following stores:

  • App Store

This client has not realized a profit on this product. A typical project does not get a royalty agreement, sell in stores or generate a profit.

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