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5 Ways A Real Estate Website Turns Off House Hunters

 

The majority of consumers start their house search online. But could the real estate agent's website’s functionality be turning off potential homebuyers?

 

A few common mistakes that real estate websites and apps are making, including:

  1. The website displays only minimal information.
  2. The website requires the consumer to "log in" prior to seeing the details or more than a single photo.
  3. The website is not mobile adaptive.
  4. The website does not have a consumer-friendly search capability.
  5. The real agent doesn't respond to inquiries through their website.

Let me know if there are other items that you hate about real estate websites.

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