4 Resources to Build Your Perfect Real Estate Website

To fully optimize your real estate business, you need a real estate website. There’s simply no way around it.It’s crucial regarding excellent customer service – it makes it easy for customers and prospects to contact you, see testimonials, ask for help, and learn more about what you do.It’s also crucial in terms of getting more business. You can drive thousands of potential customers to your site every month.We’ve already given you examples of some of the best real estate agent websites on the web – but you still might be wondering how to create your own.There’s more to it than simply a nice design. You must also systems set up that allow you to collect emails and contact your audience, as well as infuse calls to action throughout the site.Today, we’ll give you 4 resources to do all that and build your perfect real estate website.

1. WordPress

WordPress is an amazing resource for just about any type of potential website, and real estate websites are no different.With WordPress, it’s easy and free to set up your real estate website quickly. What’s more, there are tons of WordPress themes designed specifically for real estate.So, you can do a little research and choose the best theme for your real estate business, and then plug in your information to the theme and get started.Check out this in-depth guide to learn how to build your website on WordPress.

2. GoDaddy

Before you can get your website up and running, you need a domain name. GoDaddy makes it easy to pick your domain name, and it’s also one of the cheapest domain registrars out there.It happens to be our favorite domain name registrar, but there are plenty out there to choose from.You can check out this article for a comparison of the top 10 domain name registrars of 2017.

3. GetResponse

For your real estate website to be effective, you need a way to contact your visitors after they see your website. That way you can build a relationship with them which will lead to more sales.The way to do that is through email marketing, and one of our favorite email marketing platforms is GetResponse.Not only is it easy to use, but they offer great support, as well as a ton of free resources.For example, these whitepapers tell you just about everything you need to know to run email campaigns with the GetResponse platform.And if you have any additional questions that aren’t covered there, you can ask them in the Learning Center.The best part is that it comes with a free trial, so you can give it a try before you start making the investment.

4. AgentFire

Building a real estate website can be a bit time-consuming. And (especially) if it’s your first time building a website, you’re bound to make mistakes.Luckily, there are shortcuts you can take if you’re willing to invest a little more into your site.Resources like AgentFire will work with you to create a high-converting real estate agent website from scratch.AgentFire particularly is great because they provide 100% custom design with unlimited revisions.Calls to action to maximize website conversions, along with local SEO (search engine optimization).All of these features are designed to provide you with the best real estate website possible.

Conclusion

Building your perfect real estate website doesn’t need to be rocket science, and you don’t need to be an expert designer or developer to do it.With these resources, you can complete the process with relative ease and give a nice boost to your real estate business.Do you have any other resources you’ve used to build real estate websites? Let us know in the comments below!Read also:The benefits of acquiring a real estate virtual receptionist

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