HomeFinder.com is a real estate search website that assists people looking for home to purchase or to rent, including homes for purchase that are brand new construction or are currently in foreclosure.
How Does HomeFinder Work?
This website describes itself as "an easy to navigate home search experience" that gives people access to a network of more than four million national real estate listings, all over the country.
Users can easily filter their search options to fit their personal needs, including the location in which you are searching, the minimum and maximum price ranges in which you hope to stay, the number of beds and baths you desire, and the type of property you are looking for.
Users should know that this website partners with other major online retailers and companies, like Apartments.com, MovingTruck.com, Auction.com, and more, and you may be subject to communications from these partner companies after using this service.
There are mobile platforms available for HomeFinder.com for both Android and iOS devices at this time.
Using this website as a resource for information on potential properties is completely free; visitors will not be asked for money at any time they are using this site.
Because the use of this site is completely free and HomeFinder.com does not collect any fees for its specific services, they do not provide a Refund Policy.
If you're connected with another third party organization from this site and wish to receive a refund for any services you purchased through them, you will have to contact that company directly.
Customer Service Contact Info
Customers who wish to contact their Customer Service team with questions, concerns, or complaints can do so by phone at 888-912-2719, by email at [email protected], or by submitting them to their website through the Contact Us link.
Unfortunately there are not many client or user reviews for this company at this time, except for the reviews customers have posted for their mobile applications which seem to be mixed for the most part.
Competitors and Alternatives?
There are many other companies out there, especially websites, that promise to help people looking for property to purchase and rent find options in their desired neighborhoods and price ranges, including Trulia.com and others.
If you have any experience with HomeFinder or their products, please leave your reviews below.
HomeFinder Customer Reviews
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I signed up with HomeFinder because they had a listing of a home that I wanted to view more photos of. After they took my $1 for the trial fee, I still was not able to view the pics.
Every time I try to view the pics, its says to sign in or sign up and takes me back to the payment page; it will NOT let me sign in.
I want my damn money back because I can't view anything. I've been through the process several times and each time I try to sign in, it takes me back to the registration page. This is a SCAM and I will be reporting this to BBB. Thanks for nothing!