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Category Archives: Build & Host Agency Websites

Website Spotlight:

When website designers Vandelay Design put up their 27 of the best real estate websites list last week, we had to take a look at who made the cut.

New Options for UK, Aussie Agents

There’s a lot you can do on your own for your website, but for UK agents still looking for an out-of-the-box solution, UltraIT could be worth checking out.

They Came, They Saw, But Did They Act?

Your website’s looking great, so why isn’t it generating any leads? Perhaps it’s your “call to action” - the section of your website that prompts browsers to subscribe, follow, or contact you.

Website Spotlight:

Always on the lookout for good examples, we decided to look into what’s working for, with the aim of giving you some inspiration.

Essential Inclusions For Your Website

Today we’re going back to basics with a look at the essential elements for all good agency websites. Here’s our list of the most important things to include in - and leave out of - your agency website.

Rev Up Your Website

It’s now official: website speed matters, particularly if you’re concerned with where you rank in Google’s search results.

Website Designers Target UK Agents

If you’re a regular visitor to, chances are you understand the importance of a well designed website in enticing potential clients. You’re probably also aware of the many options available, from customised WordPress themes to single property website tools.

Now, a new UK-based website creation service has been launched with real estate agents specifically in mind.

Aussie Widgets from

Australian real estate agents wishing they had widgets like those available in the US and UK are in luck: has just released a range of its own.

What to Look for in a Good Web Designer

A professional, customised website for your agency is an essential component of your online marketing strategy. In fact, it’s now just plain good business practice. As a result, there are hundreds companies out there all vying for your business.

New Widget from

UK property portal, which has just come out with an iPhone application, has also released a widget showing UK average house prices that can be added to any website.

The widget displays asking price data for both flats and houses in any UK town or county for either sales or rentals. explains that it shows asking price changes for the last 90 days in both graph and tabular formats.


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