Realtor Lee Rabanal Provides his Clients with the Best Search Tools Available with the Addition of IDX Broker
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Realtor Lee Rabanal Provides his Clients with the Best Search Tools Available with the Addition of IDX Broker

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EUGENE, OR – April 26, 2010 – (RealEstateRama) — IDX, Inc., the nation’s leading Internet Data Exchange (IDX) software provider, is pleased to welcome Lee Rabanal with Savvy Realty & Loans in Honolulu, Hawaii, to the rapidly expanding network of elite rank real estate professionals who have chosen to integrate IDX Broker search tools into the search forms of their websites. With the addition of this highly customizable search tool application, Rabanal is able immediately link potential home buyers interested in Honolulu area properties, to an endless amount of listings from his local Multiple Listing Service (MLS), the Hawaii Central MLS (HiCentralMLS). This will enable home seekers to search literally each and every characteristic and detail of a home, on their own time, from their own personal computers, creating an effortless, simple and convenient online real estate search experience.

The IDX Broker process is simple. It takes raw listing data from the HiCentralMLS, and then formats and transfers the information to indistinguishably match Rabanal’s already existing page preferences and specifications, and then automatically updates, on a daily basis, enabling Rabanal to spend more time personalizing the online real estate search experience for each individual consumer. He can also change and alter any portion of his website, at any point in time, through an administrative dashboard, enabling him to develop a truly unique website, to best fit both his and his clients wants and needs. He can also create dynamic title tags and custom XML codes, increasing his listings visibility, along with their chances of syndication with popular real estate search engines, such as: Google Base, Trulia, Zillow and RSS Feed, to name a few.

Innovative search features provided by this custom IDX solution addition, encompass all aspects of the property search spectrum, helping home seekers to narrow their search results, in efforts to find a property that meets their every want, need and desire. An advanced search option, being the most comprehensive, enables prospective buyers to browse even the smallest of property details, including: pool, landscaping, heating/ cooling system, yard size, flooring, driveway, storage space, included appliances, basement, roof type, view, exterior material and much more. Once they have narrowed their search results they can sign-up to receive automatic email updates, the moment a property matching their specifications arrives on the HiCentralMLS.

About Lee Rabanal
“Lee Rabanal is a Realtor Associate who is committed to serving his clients. Before joining Savvy Realty & Loans, as an entrepreneur, he continues to manage his own auto detailing and window tinting business and understands customer satisfaction is essential.”

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 340 Multiple Listings Services (MLS). IDX Broker is IDX, Inc.’s principle real estate software utility and myAgent IDX is its principle mobile application available for the iPhone. The easy to manage and customizable software helps real estate professionals display home listing data from their multiple listing service (MLS) on their individual and/or office websites. For more information on all the services provided by IDX, Inc. please visit www.idxbroker.com.

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