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Here are some helpful tips to consider (and hopefully implement) when it comes to your website.
In order to design a real estate web site, you should first know what your web site will be focusing on. Are you going to represent a real estate brokerage firm? Are you going to be glossary of information? Will you be assisting the flippers? Are you representing property in your area?
When you are designing a website that is centered around some aspect of real estate, the most important thing to remember is that you are trying to appear to a specific market. You website should look as professional as possible, but still be personable enough to keep a visitor's attention. People want authoritative advice; not necessarily flashy web tricks and music. If you try to offer the best that you have to give, you will generate far more visitors.
What to include:
You should include a copy of your credentials and certificates on your website or offer access to them because it shows that you are licensed.
A picture of yourself is imperative to help you appear more trustworthy.
Offer tips and tricks for buying or selling real estate to show that you are on your desired visitor's side.
Prepare a special area that shows your most recent accomplishments and sources to verify it.
Photographs of specific property and surrounding land to help make potential buyers see what you have to offer.
Offer general advice and information about the current market in your area and rates.
If you can, offer real time market quotes or at least a link that will do it for them.
Including all of these things in your website will make it a lot easier to keep your current visitors and get some new ones too. You must also update your information as often as you need to in order to reflect the current market changes in your area.
What to keep out when you design a real estate web site:
You do not need to include information about areas outside of your licensing area.
Your personal opinions about market trends, unless they are positive can stay out of your website because it encourages visitors to look elsewhere.
Keep all of your personal opinions off of your website because potential consumers may not like it.
I hope all this helps. if you need any additional help or would like a quote for professional web design, please feel free to email me