Realtor Candyce Howerton uses IDX Broker to ease the overall online real estate search process for her clients

    Realtor Candyce Howerton uses IDX Broker to ease the overall online real estate search process for her clients

    EUGENE, OR – July 11, 2013 – (RealEstateRama) — Candyce Howerton with EXIT Jersey Shore Realty in Lincroft, New Jersey has elected IDX, Inc. to customize the search function of her website, providing prospective home buyers with instant and direct access to a multitude of property listings within the Monmouth Ocean MLS (MOMLS). As a result of this innovative web page addition, Howerton will also be able to offer home seekers numerous search features, including an advanced search category, ultimately making the online real estate search process much more simplistic and user-friendly. This advanced and one of a kind Internet Data Exchange (IDX) software has the technology to take raw listing data from the MOMLS, and then formats and transfers the information to indistinguishably match Howerton’s already existing page preferences and specifications

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    Based in Eugene, Oregon, IDX Inc. is nationally known as a leading provider of real estate search applications. IDX, Inc. actively manages over $1 trillion worth of active listings data from over 350 individual Multiple Listings Services (MLS).  IDX, Inc. provides integrated IDX software, customizable listing search utilities and lead management tools for real estate based websites (IDX Broker).  In addition to the primary web-based software, IDX also provides an integrated WordPress widget for use in WordPress based blogs and websites (IDX Broker Wordpress Plugin) as well as a dedicated mobile application available for the iPhone (myAgent IDX). 

    Contact:

    PO Box 71866
    Eugene, OR 97401

    Toll Free: (800) 421-9668
    Phone: (541) 343-3912
    Fax: (541) 343-3915

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