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An Example of a Template Used for a Semi-Custom Agent Website

I recently helped put together a new website for Heidi Ward, seen at HeidiWardRealEstate.com, using a paid WordPress theme. We used the Qvrenti theme on ThemeForest ($59).

It’s a single landing page meant to demonstrate Heidi’s experience. You’ll notice there is no IDX (read here for more on that topic), since the website is primarily for sellers and trust/credibility when potential buyer clients are doing their research.

If you’re interested in a similar semi custom website — once you have a WordPress instance up and the theme bought/installed, you’ll need to customize Qvrenti’s theme to your liking (it includes a ton of options we’re not using). You can either tackle the customization yourself, or hire help (which is what we did). Need help with the WordPress/PHP customization? Caffeine Interactive helped us.

About Drew Meyers

Founder of Geek Estate Blog. Zillow Alum. Travel addict & co-founder of Horizon. Product & Marketing for 360modern. Social entrepreneurship & microfinance advocate. Fan of Red Hot Chili Peppers and Kiva.

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  • Very nice. I would only make one change. I would put all the testimonials on the same page. I was trying to figure out why an agent with the experience she has only has one testimonial and then I realized there are more but you have to click to see them.

  • The look and feel is indeed nice but it is really slow to load. I had a quick look and could see several images over 1mb large and one that is over 10mb.
    Would be a good idea to try optimising it a bit 😉

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