Real Estate Website Launches: August 2014

It’s been a wild month at Union Street Media, and we’ve been pumping out websites like it’s going out of style. Our awesome team of designers and developers have been experimenting with real estate web design lately, and we’re seeing some awesome results from their efforts. Modern typefaces, sleek features, and an array of eye-catching colors make our latest batch of real estate website launches some of the best our company has ever seen.

From Harwood Home Team in Asheville, NC to Brattleboro Area Realty right here in the northeast, we’re proud to see these new clients join our ever-expanding family.

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Summertime Real Estate Website Launches

The summer months are always a busy time in the real estate world. Potential clients swarm the Internet in search of their new home, and they leave no website unturned in their journey. With that in mind, we design and optimize all of our sites to snatch up those potential leads so your business can reap the benefits.

We’ve been collaborating with our awesome clients over the past few weeks to deliver our latest batch of websites – dressed to the nines and ready to rumble. From the Chris von Trapp Real Estate team in our native Vermont to Boston’s Cantave Realty Group, we’ve been everywhere. This summer also marks an important time in Union Street Media’s history; we recently expanded into New York with our first website there (you can read more about that here). We’re doin’ big things, and we couldn’t be happier than to have our amazing clients family by our side.

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More Real Estate Website Launches

It’s official: it’s springtime in Vermont. And here at Union Street Media, we’ve taken notice. We are as busy as bees designing beautiful real estate websites for our clients. We are so busy, in fact, that we beat our personal record for number of website launches in a week; the record now stands at 10 launches in five days.

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A Fall Real Estate Website Refresh

Ingrid Punderson Jackson, owner of IPJ Real Estate in Middlebury, Vermont, has been a loyal Union Street Media client since we launched her original site in 2007.  Ingrid’s original site featured the paintings of her husband, Woody Jackson, prominently on the homepage and through out the interior pages of the site. The site offered her clients a sophisticated but easy-to-use tool for property searches and showcased her knowledge about the Middlebury area.

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Real Estate Website Spring Cleaning

Art Urie, owner of Lake Farm Realty in Concord, New Hampshire, has been a loyal Union Street Media client since we launched his original site in July 2005. When it launched, the Lake Farm site gave Art a great platform for showcasing his listings and offered his clients a sophisticated but easy-to-use tool for property searches.  Union Street Media’s content management system also offered Art an easy, efficient way to maintain contact with potential clients throughout their property searches and home buying experiences.

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Website Construction: Internet Marketing for Real Estate Agents

Part 1: Real Estate Website Design and Functionality 101

“This blog series is intended to be a walk-through for setting up a lead generating website. My goal is to get you thinking about ways to improve your site and enhance its performance. Each blog post will be centered on a specific part of website development that will help you grow your online business. Some posts will be more specific and advanced, while others will be more general and introductory.  Taken together, the posts in this series will offer valuable tips, regardless of where you are with the maturity of your website.”

Design is an important element in website development. In the past the thought was to create animated, Flash-heavy websites that dazzled Internet searchers. Today, Internet Marketers say that Flash websites daze and confuse consumers, who have become more sophisticated at searching for websites thanks to companies like Google.

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