Melissa Baker of White Lion Real Estate Selects iHomefinder’s WordPress IDX


Berkeley, CA – July 12, 2013 – (RealEstateRama) — iHomefinder is pleased to announce new client Melissa Baker of White Lion Real Estate. With iHomefinder’s WordPress IDX on her website, Melissa visitors the best available home search technology. Melissa will benefit from the powerful lead generation built into iHomefinder’s WordPress IDX. For over fourteen years, iHomefinder has been an industry leader in secure MLS Property Search and compliant MLS data management. With Enhanced Property Details, Listing Pages and Widgets, and Branded Email Alerts, Melissa will provide her clients with top notch online service and stay connected with them throughout their search process.

Enhanced Property Details Pages display property data in an easy-to-read format that contains complete, current and compliant MLS data. Each listing can have up to twenty-five large, beautiful photos. Melissa’s website visitors will also have instant access to property information from Walk Score, Google Maps, GreatSchools and a Mortgage Calculator. Visitors can easily share their favorite listings with family and friends through social media share. Sharing is easy by email, Facebook, Twitter and hundreds of other social media sites.

The Optima Express Listing Pages and Widgets easily enhance a realtor’s website and keeps website visitors focused on the property listing information. Featured Listing widgets can be placed in sidebars or in other widget areas. If a realtor does not have any currently active listings, their office’s listings will be displayed. Other ways to enhance and enrich the website include, a Featured Listing page, Top Picks pages and Listings Gallery shortcodes. The Listings Gallery shortcode allows Melissa to display Featured Listings or Saved Searches quickly and easily on any page or post. There are so many ways in which which Melissa can leverage iHomefinder’s WordPress IDX to improve her website.

With Email Alerts, Melissa can automatically notify clients and prospects of new listings that meet their saved search criteria. Alerts are also sent to clients and prospects based on changes in the status of listings within their saved searches. They are sent automatically without any effort on the part of the realtor and can be branded to the realtor’s business. Branded emails help realtors stay top of mind with prospects who see their name, logo and brand each time they receive this valuable information.

Melissa’s real estate experience combined with iHomefinder’s WordPress IDX offers her clients, prospects and website visitors the best possible home search experience. The WordPress IDX provides Melissa with many tools to connect and stay connected with her clients and prospects. Whether prospects are on their home computers or using mobile devices, they’ll receive great value and service from the powerful WordPress IDX tools on Melissa’s website.

About iHomefinder
iHomefinder is a leading national provider of real estate search technology and websites. Using the Internet Data eXchange (IDX) standard, iHomefinder securely powers hosted property search and lead capture in thousands of real estate websites. We partner with a wide array of web designers to integrate our technology in real estate websites. We also maintain trusted relationships with hundreds of MLSs across the U.S. to provide licensed, accurate, and timely listing data. The company maintains a long-standing reputation for strict compliance with the local rules of each MLS.

In addition to serving real estate professionals, iHomefinder provides technical compliance and consulting services to innovative Internet marketing firms who require licensed access to national real estate listing data.

Established in 1997, iHomefinder is privately held and headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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