Hawaii properties displayed with ease on IDX-enabled website

EUGENE, OR – June 7, 2012 – (RealEstateRama) — IDX, Inc. welcomes Pahoa, Hawaii broker Lynda Carroll to the growing network of real estate agents and brokers who have adopted a customizable IDX solution for their professional websites. As a member of the Hawaii Info Service MLS (HISMLS), Carroll has long had access to thousands of detailed property listings. Now, her clients and other area home seekers attain the benefit of viewing the same listings that were once classified as available only to Realtors, via her IDX-enabled search page.

Displaying HISMLS listings is not the only additional benefit of utilizing Carroll’s custom IDX solution. Potential buyers can experience an online property search comparable to none, with the dynamic IDX search features she hosts. The basic, advanced, map, address, and listing ID searches work in different ways to retrieve listings from the HISMLS database synced directly to Carroll’s website. IDX Broker even allows buyers to save their search preferences and elect to receive email notifications alerting them to the newest and most relevant properties to match their home search as they hit the market, making Sloan and her IDX-enabled website the most reliable online resource to quickly and easily find the perfect home.

While her IDX solution is working to match her clients with their dream home, Carroll can be connecting with new clients by pursuing the leads she receives through IDX Broker’s lead generation system. Additionally, Carroll can quickly increase the marketing and visibility of the properties she represents by creating RSS feeds, dynamic title tags and XML codes to widely syndicate and circulate her listings around the online real estate market, including larger real estate search engines. The revolutionary IDX Broker software has truly changed the way Carroll does business, simplifying the real estate world for herself and her HISMLS area clients.

About Lynda Carroll

 

Lynda Carroll and her husband Don Carroll are the owners of Puna Realty of Pahoa, Hawaii.
About IDX, Inc.

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 500 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 and iPad (myAgent IDX ). The entire suite of real estate software available from IDX is easy to manage and maintain and helps real estate professionals display real estate data from their multiple listing service (MLS) regardless of their technical ability. For more information on all the services provided by IDX, Inc., please visit www.idxbroker.com .

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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). 

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