Denis Arnautovic provides simple, fast, and accurate IDX functionality to real estate customers in North and South Carolina with AccessCarolinas.com. Scroll down past the homepage image slideshow and you’ll immediately find a search bar and relevant resources for homebuyers and sellers. The 12 informative Featured Community pages are designed to help virtually explore various locales, offering detailed and regularly updated listings alongside well-written area and community descriptions. Users can also maximize convenient features like saved searches and email alerts– features that provide a sense of continuity and sustained connection with Denis’s service and expertise even after they leave the site.
With its interactive map and informative neighborhood pages, SallyForsterJones.com is a great example of a robust IDX website. The SFJ Group’s featured properties are highlighted right on the homepage with crisp, vivid images and a subtle yet dynamic hover animation effect. Site users can search by neighborhood, property type and price range as well as for open houses and properties for lease. Visitors can also easily sign up for market reports and property alerts. Everything has a polished, elegant feel, in keeping with the SFJ Group’s specialization in luxury real estate in Los Angeles.
LaJollaHomes.com is an amazing IDX real estate site. Do one visit and users can already see that Greg Noonan & Associates are the experts in all things La Jolla. On the homepage, site visitors are first treated to a captivating aerial view of coastal San Diego. A quick scroll down will reveal the group’s featured listings, neighborhoods, and the newest additions to their portfolio. These are neatly presented, with large pricing details and brief blurbs that invite you to click through to learn more. For sellers, requesting valuation is easy through a link found at the top banner. The search results shown on the custom IDX pages are also beautifully presented, with clean colors and minimalist layout. Listings with upcoming open house dates are labeled in red and the details page looks like its been taken straight out of a luxury interior design magazine.
The elegant white background of Sara Lee Parker’s website serves as a crisp canvas for rich IDX features. After a parade of high-resolution property images invite you to experience luxury living in the Atlanta Beltline, the property search bar leads users to a wide range of property options – the toolbar, in fact, cites the total number of listings available at the time of your visit. Users can also use an interactive map for a more visually engaging search based on neighborhood, city, or county boundaries. Beyond the main page, each neighborhood page features detailed area summaries that make the listings easier to appreciate.
DaftarianGroup.com combines sleek design elements with powerful IDX features making it both chic and highly functional. The prominently displayed search button on the homepage lets visitors and clients start their home search instantly. Peruse the featured listings displayed in a neat row with beautiful photos and essential information. Or look at the featured homes displayed in a property-by-property view that provides a quick description of the listing and its features. Further down the homepage, there is an easy-to-use interactive map of Orange County that displays both active and sold listings.
By making property search front and center in their homepage design, Heritage Texas Country Properties shows that they have a thorough understanding of their target market’s needs. Prospective ranch or land buyers can search by county or by hot spot — the latter being desirable areas near Houston and Austin that the team has identified. Apart from extensive community write-ups and a large listings display with clear property details, the site has iHomefinder Eureka Search functionality. This means advanced mapping and filters and a smooth as silk search experience — it doesn’t get any better than this!
KlopasStratton.com uses a minimalist layout and color scheme, making it easy for you to focus on your home buying or selling needs. On the home page, the featured neighborhoods are shown straight away so users can start their home search. Users are then directed to a custom designed community page that shows in detail the information, map and photos of the neighborhood. Scroll further and you’ll see a seamlessly integrated IDX functionality that shows the available MLS listings for that area.
SLSSignatureRealEstate.com puts a premium on providing a seamless user experience. Visitors can already search by property type on the homepage, which also boasts a quick search bar and a big interactive map. Hover over each of the map’s sections and you will see a further breakdown of the cities that each one contains — particularly helpful for buyers who may not be familiar with the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex’s different areas. Users can also search by county and have the option of signing up for an automated customized search.
Stunning with its cool gray theme, the Boston Luxury Flats website exudes an air of sophistication that matches Beantown’s high-end neighborhoods. Beneath this sleek exterior lies a full complement of IDX features that make finding the perfect Boston home a breeze. The variety of search tools available – from the quick search bar, to the interactive map, to the comprehensive advanced search page – provides options for a similarly diverse range of users scouring the housing market. Custom landing pages for featured towns, neighborhoods, and buildings shine the spotlight on high-profile real estate opportunities for users with specific locations in mind.
With a full-screen layout for listing details, GarrettBellTeam.com makes it easy for house-hunters to view a property’s most salient features at a glance. Users can also save their favorite listings, rank them via a thumbs up/down feature, and easily toggle between list and map views when looking at listing results. In-depth community descriptions give newcomers an overview of the different areas that Garrett and his team serve in Brevard County. There’s also a downloadable app that provides regular updates on real estate listings in the region.