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List of Real Estate Website Technology Providers

I think it’s essential that every real estate professional have their own website. I did some research and came up with the following list of technology companies that build real estate websites for real estate professionals.

Update:

If I missed your company, please forgive me and leave a comment — I’ll update the list with additional companies that are brought to my attention.

To all the real estate professionals out there who have past or current websites built by one of these providers, I’m sure others would love to hear what you think of the customer service, pricing, ease of use, and customization options.

About Drew Meyers

Founder of Geek Estate Blog. He is a Travel addict & co-founder of Horizon. Social entrepreneurship & microfinance advocate. Fan of Red Hot Chili Peppers and Kiva.

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82 Responses to List of Real Estate Website Technology Providers

  1. Zak Nicola says:

    Do you have a favorite?

  2. Drew Meyers says:

    I don’t have any 1st hand experience with any of them since I’m not a re pro with a website — so I can’t really say.

    I can say that I’ve heard great things about Ubertor from everyone I’ve talked to that uses them.

  3. Jay Thompson says:

    Superlative isn’t on your list.

    And to be brutally honest, it may be better that way. I used them for a year. Customer service was horrific, and there are *very* fundamental things you can not edit — some of which are critical to good SEO. (Page titles come immediately to mind).

    Over three years ago I told them several themes didn’t dispaly well in Firefox. You’d think they would have had plenty of time to address that, but no….

    I’ll stick with my Point2 Agent site — fully customizable, superior customer service, constantly pushing the envelope. If you know *nothing* about websites, editing is as easy as using Word. If you know a little HTML, the sky is the limit. They have some very innovative and unique features.

    Full disclosure: I am a “preferred vendor” for Point2 Agent. My “side business” specializes in helping people with Point2 sites. But I was a very satisfied customer long before launching that endeavor.

  4. Kris Berg says:

    I can’t speak to the others, but it took Ubertor’s product to motivate me to finally 86 my self-written site. I had been clinging to my former site (for about seven years, I believe), which was hideously ugly and an SEO nightmare solely for the control it gave me. I needed (still need) the ability to update freely and to add/delete/create pages at whim, and the Ubertor site allows this control and flexibility.

    While a little code knowledge helps to take full advantage of the features, it is absolutely not necessary. It literally took me one weekend (and a good bottle of chardonnay) to migrate my pages and files over (which are hundreds deep). Love the product and love the cost.

    They didn’t even pay me for this testimonial although, Steve, I do take tips. :)

  5. Great list – I’ve used / reviewed at leat three on the list. I’ll be adding the balance to my ongoing series of Executive Conversations at http://www.StevenGroves.com and adding them to my section on online resources for agents.

  6. ah – one more to add… RealtySoft. One I’ve reviewed and was included in the online tools article from Realtor Magazine

  7. Damon Pace says:

    Drew, websites are only part of our real estate platform. Our system is very different from the rest of these on your list. Think platform, not website.

    If anyone wants to try it out, you can start yours for free within a matter of minutes.

  8. ted says:

    I work for Homes.com, so I am biased, but we are one of the top companies in the industry. Homes.com provides real estate professionals with full-service web-based marketing solutions including website design, hosting, IDX solutions and search engine optimization.

  9. Ian Watt says:

    If you’re in the real estate business (as a realtor or broker) and you’re looking for fantastic web presence there is no other company that delivers a better product than Ubertor. Google “Vancouver Penthouse for Sale” and my site http://www.Vancouver-Penthouse.com should be ranked pretty high and the great thing is – ive never paid any 3rd party to do seo ranking. Check them out – ian

  10. Consumers visit real estate sites for 2 primary reasons.
    1. To See Listings
    2. To Find Out The Value Of Their Homes

    If I were evaluating a web site platform, I would gauge it by those that did the best job of delivering these elements.

    Of these providers, which provide the feature of a fully integrated IDX feed of listing data from individual MLS’? By fully integrated, I mean at least a once daily update of the MLS listings in my market that offer the ability for me to display the listings as if they are my own and generate leads directly from them. (framed mls listings do not qualify as a true idx feed)

    Which providers have built in features either through API’s or customizable forms to allow an agent to generate a listing lead from someone interested in a valuation of their property?

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  12. Maria P. says:

    Why do you think it is essential every real estate professional have their own website?

  13. Drew Meyers says:

    Maria-
    Since agents are essentially independent contractors and largely in charge of building their own book of business — I think not having your own web presence online is a mistake. I forget the exact stat, but roughly 80% of buyers are starting their home search online.

  14. Jay Thompson says:

    Maria wrote: Why do you think it is essential every real estate professional have their own website?

    I can’t imagine not having a website. It is, by far, the single most cost effective way to market 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

    As Drew mentioned, the vast majority of buyers start their home search online (I’ve heard numbers ranging from 70 – 85%, the last I saw from the NAR said 78%).

    We get 95% of our business from our online presence and marketing, and our website and blog account for the bulk of that.

    How can an agent in this day and age not have a web presence?

  15. Ian Watt says:

    As farming is as old as real estate itself, finding new ways to stand out and become the authority in a neighborhood is becoming more and more difficult. I started farming a building called Electric Avenue in Downtown Vancouver 2 years ago and because of the frequency of flyers sent to the 456 unit complex I developed a bit of a reputation as the local expert. People would call every so often to list their homes or ask for a current market price. Furthermore people would also contact me regarding finding a parking rental or even to rent out their units etc and this is where the community site http://www.electricAvenue.ca was born. I contacted Ubertor for assistance with the new concept and 2 years later our site is the authority on this building. The key aspects of the site includes current listing, a rental notice board and floor plans. In 2006 we had 11 ends in the Electric Avenue building and we’re on pace to match that number in 2007. Eleven ends at approximately $5500 per end, we grossed over $60,000 for this single website. Not a bad return on a $900 annual website hosting fee.

    We have since cloned our system for http://www.YaletownPark.ca, http://www.SpectrumCondos.ca and Woodwards-Condos.com which will be complete in 2010 – its never too early to build your site. The greatest thing about building niche sites is that with great success you will have something to sell should you wish to wind down your real estate practice. Finally, and to clear the air, I do have to pay for all 8 of my websites and no, I don’t own even a share of Ubertor, though I wish I did. Please feel free to email me direct to find out more.”

    Ian Watt
    http://www.ianwatt.ca

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  17. Lisa says:

    Our service includes domain name registration and real estate web design. Real Estate Designers provides the complete solution includingdesign,application development and marketing.

  18. StaceyN says:

    I work for PropertyMinder.com
    Our company provides fully integrated MLS solution, website design and hosting for real estate professionals.

    • michael Garozzo says:

      Hi Stacy I would like to know what real estate tools you offer and the cost. I belong to Sacramento Association of Realtors (SAR)and cooperate in Solano County (Vacaville Fairfield) as well. Does your service allow customers to access SAR listings. What else do you have rent vs buy calculators? michaelgarozzo68@yahoo.com
      Michael Garozzo 1st American

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  20. We were a month old when this list was created – http://www.zipvo.com

  21. Drew, great post! Make sure to check out RealtySoft.com, we have one of the most advanced real estate website solutions in the market today. The main difference between our solution and other providers is that our solution is modular, each website consists of multiple gadgets just like http://www.google.com/ig. We are also value providers of the industry, you get a fully functional website equipped with IDX and CMS for $25 per month with no setup fees. Feel free to contact me and I will do a demo for you!

  22. Just want to let everyone know about a great Website Design company.
    I was a sceptical because of the price, but boy did they deliver for about
    $200 they did the most amazing work for me. I just wanted to pass that along to
    you guys.

    you can check them out at: http://www.leadsware.com/renovastar/index.html

  23. Drew, can you kindly include MyRealPage.com in your list.

    MyRealPage (http://www.myrealpage.com) is a provider of Real Estate Website and Listings Solutions, such as IDX and VOW (Virtual Office Website) in several Canadian and US markets. Our fully revamped product line offers a complete suite of tools to manage your real estate website, give your web visitors useful real estate listing tools, and manage your leads and clients.

    MyRealPage website system boasts:
    * Widget oriented page composition which enables a non-technically savvy user to fully edit their pages and templates by using drag-and-drop and WISYWIG page editing
    * Full edit-publish-recover process for your website which allows you to edit your content in a “staging” area before publishing, and recover your pages through history tracking
    * A long array of widgets (weblets), including multiple blogs, RSS news reader, quick search forms, featured listings, testimonials, editable flash banners, and many more…
    * Hot-swappable themes which allow you to experiment with your website’s look-and-feel and go live when ready
    * Fully customizable forms, including entirely custom forms
    * Advanced user support, including full CSS access, arbitrary javascript or html mark-up; 3rd party widget friendly (widgetbox, js-kit, etc).
    * Much More…

    MyRealPage listing IDX and VOW system offers in areas with data feeds:
    * Automatic listing maintenance for your and your office listings
    * Interactive Google Map search which allows you to draw your area of interest through shapes; including multi-level selectable neighborhood overlays (in some areas); as well as a number of other highly user-friendly search forms
    * Predefined searches that can be saved and launched through a URL, as well as predefined search form criteria
    * Lead conversion path from anonymous browsing to a VOW member by offering useful listing tools to manage searches and favorites
    * Much more…

    MyRealPage lead management offers:
    * Fully integrated lead manager, service tracker, and webmail
    * Outlook Synchronization for your leads and contacts
    * Much more…

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  27. Hi Drew,

    Please add NUMBER1EXPERT.COM to your list of technology partners. We provide website and marketing solutions to the top selling agents in the country.

    Thanks!

  28. Hi Drew,

    Please add NUMBER1EXPERT.COM to your list of technology partners. We provide website and marketing solutions to the top selling agents in the country.

    Thanks!

  29. drewmeyers says:

    Patty-
    Sorry about that, I just added you to the list.

  30. edkohler says:

    WhereToLive.com is another player in this field. We focus on larger brokers and franchises interested in providing a large suite of tools to their network of agents along with powerful SEO.

  31. Ed Kohler says:

    WhereToLive.com is another player in this field. We focus on larger brokers and franchises interested in providing a large suite of tools to their network of agents along with powerful SEO.

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  33. Jim Cronin says:

    Don't forget your friends at Real Estate Tomato =)

  34. Jim Cronin says:

    Don't forget your friends at Real Estate Tomato =)

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  36. Agent Guru says:

    Agent Guru is an real estate agent website solution with customizable interface design.

    It perfectly fits real estate agents who need a website which is able to help with generating feeds as well as managing his properties.

    Check it out at http://www.sloope.com/agent-guru.php

  37. Bud Hovell says:

    Hi, Drew …

    Could you please add us, also?

    SyndaFeed

    • drewmeyers says:

      Bud-
      Syndafeed is already listed on this post.

      • Bud Hovell says:

        Oops — sorry, I didn't notice you already mentioned us.

        On second thought, it may also mislead people if SyndaFeed appears on this particular list at all. We solely provide automated syndication delivery and reporting services serving OTHER industry providers and their customers. We specifically do NOT offer website or other for-fee services competing with theirs. But thanks for generously mentioning us here, anyway.

  38. Bud Hovell says:

    Hi, Drew …

    Could you please add us, also?

    SyndaFeed

  39. drewmeyers says:

    Bud-
    Syndafeed is already listed on this post.

  40. Charles Wibel says:

    I need a suggestion – I deal in only properties that were built between 1620 and 1930 and I am state wide in New Hampshire. I can not find a website suporter that offers the two things I need in their IDX search engine
    1. Ability to search by age spread ie. 1620 – 1930
    2. Ability to search by entire state and by county and by town. Most offer by town only and most of my customers come from out of state and may not know the towns they wish to buy in.

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks
    Charles Wibel
    Broker
    Vintage Homes Realty
    P.S. The Bean Group website is prefect but it is an inhouse site not an off the shelf product.

    • Tricia says:

      Charles
      Please give us a call. We can solve this problem for you with a quality IDX search that will give you exactly what you need. Our office is open 7am – 5pm EST.

  41. Tricia says:

    RealEstateMarketingSupport.com provides custom websites for the Real Estate professional.

  42. Rick Ryan says:

    Hi Drew. Would you please check out, and add Quantum Net Visions to your list?

  43. Rob says:

    Hi Drew,
    Please check out RealtySitesPLUS.com. We would love to have our name added to your list of providers.
    Thanks
    Rob Matton
    Director of Sales
    1.877.797.8430

  44. Jarad says:

    Please add blueroof360.com to your list.

    Thanks
    Jarad Hull

  45. Jarad says:

    Please add blueroof360.com to your list.

    Thanks
    Jarad Hull

  46. Jarad says:

    Please add blueroof360.com to your list.

    Thanks
    Jarad Hull

  47. Greg Tracy says:

    Hi Drew, Haven’t seen you for a while (since Inman a couple years ago I believe). Can you please include BlueRoof360.com in the list.

    We provide custom websites, CRM, mobile search, doc storage, blog network, email marketing, company intranet and social media, and a ton more. And our property search has won a bunch of awards and we think it’s still the best in the industry IMHO… lol

    Thanks

    Greg Tracy

  48. Greg Tracy says:

    Hi Drew, Haven’t seen you for a while (since Inman a couple years ago I believe). Can you please include BlueRoof360.com in the list.

    We provide custom websites, CRM, mobile search, doc storage, blog network, email marketing, company intranet and social media, and a ton more. And our property search has won a bunch of awards and we think it’s still the best in the industry IMHO… lol

    Thanks

    Greg Tracy

  49. I have been looking the Web for such information and just wanted to say thanks to you for this post. By the way, just off topic, where can i get a version of this theme? – 10x

  50. Ramin says:

    Don’t forget RealtyNinja! http://www.realtyninja.com

  51. Tom says:

    Wow! Now that is quite a list of designers. I am going thru each one right now to see if I can find one that looks good to me. I am on the low budget  side so I was looking toward one that uses idxbroker for the IDX as I just cannot afford the on site IDX even though I know it would be more valuable.

  52. Greg Vardaro says:

    YouGotListings!

  53. Anita Koppens says:

    Hi Drew,

    It would be super nice if you could include http://www.dynamicpagesolutions.com. We create predesigned and semi-custom sites that include a patent-pending, search engine optimized, indexable IDX solution. Thank you for your consideration.

  54. Alex says:

    Hello . We appreciate if you can add http://RPL.Realtyna.com (Realtyna) in your list. 

    We have IDX/RETS Integration package http://rpl.realtyna.com/Add-ons/MLS-IDX-Integration , http://rpl.realtyna.com/Real-Estate-CRM and many extra plugins , specially for Joomla websites. 

    Thanks

  55. Tara Sybrant says:

    Hey Guys!  This is a pretty comprehensive list.  We would love to be included on this list. We are Real Pro Systems  www.realprosystems.com.  We provide three levels of agent systems, SEO, professional services, IDX Integrations, Facebook business pages, stealth lead generation and a host of other tools to ensure agents online success with brand identity, lead generation and follow up.  

  56. Steve Haase says:

    Could you add us to your list? We are High Elevation at http://www.highelevation.net. We’ve been in business designing websites for real estate professionals for almost 15 years and have 3 of the top 20 RE/MAX agents in the country (one of them is #4 in US, #1 in TX) as long-time clients, as well as many other top agents. A client gets personal service and an extremely customized service for a very reasonable and competitive price in working with us. They also have access to the owner of the company. Thank you ahead of time for adding us!

  57. Will says:

    1parkplace.com is another…

  58. Rustem Kanaev says:

    Hello
    Please check out http://www.realtysoft.pro/realestate/
    PG Real Estate Solutioon is turnkey CMS for real estate brokers, agents and companies.

  59. I would also suggest Eric Bramlett’s Displet and Seth Price’s Placester.

  60. todd says:

    Hi guys – don’t forget Property Target – http://www.propertytarget.com/

  61. venkat says:

    Thanks so much for
    creating this! Great resource

  62. Deanne says:

    We’ve just had a WordPress site built by AgentImage. It was a pain but we finally got a decent site built and it wasn’t cheap. Now their support is horrible and I can’t get them to tweak anything or help me with a few changes. I’m looking to find another host with excellent support and uninterrupted servers. Any recs or companies want to step up tell me what you can do? Deanne@brockrealty.com

  63. Mike says:

    There is a big difference between a business card style website and a website designed to capture buyer leads. Zurple can provide the site, we’ll run the ads, and we’ll use our behavioral marketing software to incubate any leads that are initially unresponsive. Email me if you’d like to learn more, mbollar@zurple.com

  64. RenaBaker says:

    HELP! I’m helping a friend of mine with her Point2 website. I’m not a ‘webmaster’ though I have built a few websites, but not for realtors. She needs the listings feed added (CREA’s DDF), but the Point2 people don’t have anything to do with it and just send VERY complicated instructions. Is there a more userfriendly site or does anybody know how to do this?

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  66. CG says:

    I’m a real estate agent who made the switch from Point2Agent to Myrsol. Myrsol is a dynamic IDX platform with amazing customer support. This is my 6th year with the company and I am so happy to be on their platform. http://www.Myrsol.com.

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