Washington Post profiles our awesome app Close It! in this Sunday's magazine

Washington Post profiles our awesome app Close It! in this Sunday's magazine

Word is spreading about the app that takes the guesswork out of closing.

This weekend, the Washington Post will run an article in their Sunday magazine that profiles our free iOS and Web app, Close It!

Reporter Kathy Orton breaks it down:

"Whether you want something quick, easy and accurate to estimate closing costs and monthly mortgage payments, or you want to drill down into the numbers, this app takes the mystery out of closing."

Believe it or not, this is the third time the Washington Post has mentioned Close It! in their editorial pages since we launched the app in May 2013. About a year ago we had a one-inch blurb on the inside of the front page. About two months ago Close It! was included along with several other real estate apps engineered in the DC metro area. 

We're doing what we can to get the word out to homebuyers as well as their agents and lenders about our awesome app as well as the importance of shopping for title services. Hopefully the app gives consumers a good reference point in terms of calculating closing costs and total cash to close. 

Agents and lenders out there who are interested in adding the Web version Close It! as a feature, tool or resource on their own website, feel free to get in touch with me. I'm happy to assist or offer advice on how to make that happen.

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