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Are you a real estate agent looking to stand out among your competition?

Working with a web designer can help you create a beautiful real estate website that incorporates all the necessary functions such as MLS search functions, calls to action, broker information, and more.

Today, I’d like to share my experience creating a website for Amanda, a real estate agent in North Florida. She loves the beach and wanted a coastal feel incorporated into her website brand.  In addition, we included MLS search functions, calls to action, broker information, and a free listing checklist pop-up.

Amanda also wanted to highlight the areas she served around Jacksonville, so we embedded a several areas where she serves clients with an MLS search function using IDX Broker. We also linked to pages such as reviews, services, and contact. This is a great way to keep clients on the website and keep Amanda’s branding at the forefront of her client or potential client’s minds. Take a peek at her website.

Jenny Laine Designs Portfolio of Amanda North Florida Realtor

Jenny Laine Designs would love to work with you.  Real Estate has been in my blood for over twenty years and I’m passionate about bringing your brand to life. If you a real estate professional looking to create your own website, I’m here for you.  Remember, your website is your 24-7 presence! It’s a great way to have your brand and services stand out among every other realtor in your area. 

Are you looking to create a website for your real estate agency? Contact Jennifer at Jenny Laine Designs for how to create an online space that is both unique and functional for your brand.

Bonus: Make sure your real estate websites has a way to showcase these 7 items!

7 things Real Estate Agents Should Have on their Website | Jenny Laine Designs