Buying a home is likely the biggest purchase you will ever make, and it can be an extremely stressful process. Luckily, in the 21st century, we have technology to assist us in some of life’s hardest moments, and purchasing a house can certainly be one of them.

In the palm of your hand, you access important information about what homes are available in your desired area, and what that particular market looks like. Not all of these apps are created equally, but here are some of the best apps for the house hunter in you.

Zillow

Zillow has long been a crowd favorite and still stands as the most downloaded real estate app. A pioneer in the industry, Zillow provides something that other apps do not – Zestimates.” A Zestimate is an estimation of a property’s value based on hundreds of different components, which can be a valuable asset when making sure the house you’re looking to purchase is a good deal. A tried and true favorite, Zillow is one of the best apps you can utilize when hunting for a new home.

Doorsteps Swipe

Doorsteps Swipe advertises itself as “a new way to look at listings” and they aren’t wrong. Doorsteps.com is already a great resource for homes and apartment available for rent, but their new Swipe app makes for a unique home shopping experience. A model taken from apps like Tinder, Doorsteps Swipe allows you to swipe “yes” or “no” by swiping left and right on various homes on the market in your desired location. This app can help you narrow down locations quickly and also keeps stats on the homes that you save to see what type of homes you’re typically drawn to, such as price range, number of bedrooms, and location.

Redfin

Redfin is not just an app, but a brokerage firm as well. This website is probably the best in the business for estimated home values, making it easier for you to find the right home for the right price. Redfin also has some of the lowest real estate fees and can save you an average of $2,000 on agent fees. Whether you’re looking for new homes in Dallas, Chicago, or San Diego, Redfin can help you save the most money.

Trulia

Trulia is now owned by Zillow, but is still different enough to earn its own spot on our top 5 list. The unique part of Trulia is that it allows you to filter through homes by unique features that other apps may not be tracking. Trulia is one of the best apps for people actively searching for a new home.

Xome

Xome is unique in the fact that it helps you through the entire process of purchasing a house. It’s great for the agent and the consumer can both work together virtually on things like scheduling tours of homes at a lightening-quick speed. It is also the best on our list for auctions which can come in handy if you’re looking for an investment property or a fixer-upper.