My husband and I have been toying around lately with the idea of moving. This means that we have been looking at a lot of real estate sites. A lot of real estate sites. The good, the bad, and the ugly. Some are great and give you just what you are looking for, and some are not worth our time for a variety of reasons.
A good example of what a real estate site should be is the site of realtor Cliff Stevenson. He deals in Calgary real estate and his site reflects a well run business. After having perused many, many real estate sites, Mr. Stevenson's website is really great and meets what my husband and I expect in a good real estate site. And it never hurts to have a site like this one that's well laid out with flattering colors and designs!
1. Ease of use. Many real estate sites (and websites in general, for that matter) and set up in very disorderly fashions. This site, however, has the information clients would want to search for, such as price, area, property features, and all are clearly labelled.
2. Number of listings and current listings. It's frustrating to peruse a real estate site only to find that there are few listings shown online or that the listings have not been updated in several months. It's important to keep listings current to attract potential customers and disseminate information to them.
3. Contact info. This website gives you many ways to contact the realtor. It gives you not just the conventional ways such as phone or email but various forms of social media, which is really important today!
Mr. Stevenson's website will definitely stand out among the sites of other Calgary real estate agents. If you're in the area and looking for properties, be sure and visit.