Are you a real estate agent looking to make the most of your online presence? Having an up-to-date and efficient IDX website is essential for engagement with potential home buyers. You need more than a website to generate new real estate leads, you need a real estate IDX website with five key features. Continue reading to learn more.
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MLS data is a great resource for real estate agents and their clients. But without proper programming, it can be difficult to integrate it into a website. With the SimplyRETS MLS listings API, you can improve the overall quality and performance of your IDX website.
Integrating a RETS feed into your real estate WordPress website allows you to add a search and display interface for your MLS listings and provide your clients with faster and more accurate information automatically.
With IDX for WordPress, sidebars can lead to side conversations. Side conversations lead to leads. Learn more here!
Learn more about the terminology involved in IDX for real estate websites, and how understanding the most common acronyms can ensure you build the best website for your real estate business.
When you’re a real estate agent trying to reach more potential clients, you need some help. Here are 10 ways you can drive more traffic to your MLS IDX listings.
The Data Dictionary was created by RESO (Real Estate Standards Organization) to standardize data names used in Real Estate Data and technology. SimplyRETS uses the Data Dictionary as the basis of our data model to normalize all of the data in our API to get the highest compatibility level between MLS data feeds. Below is the latest Data Dictionary (v1.7) definitions in an easy to read and linkable format:
One of our biggest goals at SimplyRETS is to make it easy for anyone to build real estate software with listing data by creating simple and modern web development tools that that reliably normalize data from any MLS feed. This is why we’re excited to announce the newest feature we’ve been hard at work on: SimplyRETS now supports RESO Web API data feeds.
Code and Coffee w/ SimplyRETS At SimplyRETS, we try our best to make using our API and services a simple and pleasurable experience. This article describes some simple tips geared towards maximizing the stability and performance of your SimplyRETS application.
Building apps with SimplyRETS When you’re ready to build a new website with SimplyRETS, we try to make the process as simple as possible. There are a few things you’ll need to know about how it works, but we break it down into three easy steps to make everything as simple as possible: Getting RETS or RESO Web API Credentials from your MLS Creating an app with SimplyRETS Start building your website or application Not so bad, right? So let’s go through these!
When building real estate websites and applications with the SimplyRETS API, there are several built-in features that make it easy to paginate through listings and search results. This post will outline those features and provide examples for creating and navigating “pages” of listings.
At SimplyRETS, we’ve been working diligently on giving brokerages and developers an easier way to build apps and websites using Real Estate listing data. We’re excited to announce that over the last 4 weeks, we’ve added fast track support for 8 new Real Estate Associations: Houston Association of Realtors (HAR) My Florida Regional MLS (MFR MLS) Calgary Real Estate Board (CREB) Kitchengton-Waterloo Association of Realtors (KWAR) Massachusetts MLS Property Info Network (MLSPIN) Southeast Florida MLS (SEF MLS) Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors (GLVAR) Santa Cruz County Board of Realtors (SCCBAR)
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