I’m happy to release IDX+, the best WordPress IDX solution.
IDX+ is a project I’ve been working on for months. It was born came out of necessity: a client told me “there is no perfect solution for WordPress real estate websites.” After looking into it, I realized he was right.
IDX+ is the solution to your real estate website’s problems. Continue reading “Introducing IDX+, WordPress Real Estate & IDX Done Right”
You may have noticed this blog has gone un-updated. That’s because I’ve been working on an awesome new plugin.
WordPress + Real Estate + User Data + SEO
In the past, I’ve written posts about how to optimize your WordPress real estate website for SEO and I’ve created a Trulia plugin for WordPress.
This WordPress real estate plugin changes the game of what you can do with your WordPress website — and for how much money. No longer do you need to pay tens of thousands of dollars for an indexed IDX solution.
Next week I will release a beta version, so stay tuned for the formal announcement.
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In Part 1 of Building a real estate website in WordPress, you learned about a plugin called FreshPost that we used to set up the basic structure of your real estate website. Using this article, you will be able to display a single listing page that has all the content your real estate website will need. Continue reading “Creating a Real Estate Website in WordPress — Part 2”
In anticipation of a magazine ad in Denver magazine 5280, we launched two static web pages featuring properties.
- 2250 South Marion Street
- 2372 South Humboldt Street
These websites are no longer active.
These pages are a preview to the WordPress real estate website I’ve been working on. The complete site will be coming soon, including some nifty features that someone should turn into plugins! 🙂
Introducing IDX+, the best WordPress real estate plugin
I am designing and creating a real estate website with WordPress, and I’m going to be writing a few articles that detail how it’s done. This article will get you started — please leave feedback with any questions or topic requests for the next installment. Real estate using WordPress Part 2 is now available!
A little background — why use WordPress?
I’m working with a Denver company on a real estate website. Their goal is to showcase their listings in an easy-to-update CMS.
I’ve worked with Open-Realty, and — to say it bluntly — it’s a huge pain in the ass. When you scratch the surface of OR, you begin to realize how cobbled together it is. Customizing the code to work as it should requires a steep learning curve. The templates are relatively simple to work with, but the administration section is horrible. The Open Realty user experience is just awful.
WordPress is my CMS of choice currently, and it’s so easy to develop for that I recommend it to many of my clients. Continue reading “Building a Real Estate Website in WordPress – Part 1”