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Find the right Web Developer today!

Finding the right real estate website developer can be tedious. With many moving parts to consider, you want to make sure you make the best choice for your career investment.
To simplify the process, we’ve created a quick guide to picking the best website developer for your real estate brand.
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Download this guide to learn more about:

  • What to search for when looking for a website developer
  • How to analyze experience from one development team to the next
  • How scope plays a role in your decision-making
  • Pros and cons of owning vs. renting a website
  • What to know about MLS, IDX, and REX integration
  • Expected costs for monthly data and subscriptions

Three Categories of
Web Development

Experience

You need a niche web developer with an established real estate portfolio and background.

Real Estate Background

Developers with a real estate background understand industry-specfic terminology and technology(IDX,REX,etc..). This makes is significantly easier to relate to prioritize your business needs.

Scope

Scope refers to the parameters that define a particular project.

Objectives & Requirements

When it comes to website development, this boils down to two options: owning your website or renting it. In our quick guide, we help you navigate the pros and cons to each—and how it affects your business in the long-term.

Follow-up

What happens after your website development is complete? Know what to expect.

What's Next?

Understanding what’s next in regards to finances and ongoing support is important. In this section, we give you the low-down on what you need to know about the post-development process.

Take Charge

Your web developer is your partner throughout the site-building process. Their job is to create a functional and beautiful website based on your brand and goals.

Choosing the right real estate web developer is an investment that shouldn’t be taken lightly. A strong website pays for itself in the long-run by:

  • Offering a great first impression
  • Using intuitive navigation to ensure visitors can quickly maneuver the site
  • Speedy loading to prevent high bounce rates
  • Cohesive branding for a polished and professional image
  • Eye-catching lead capturing elements
  • Educating potential clients with detailed services, listings, and useful content
Make the right choice. Download our FREE guide today!