Real Living has launched a number of new Web site features, including a function to search and sort homes by a variety of types, including newest listings, homes with special financing options and homes priced at $750,000 and above, the company announced Wednesday.
Site visitors can flip through Real Living’s entire stock of photos on the listing detail pages, which will provide a better glimpse of the home’s features and attributes. The features on each of the property pages will also be restructured for easier viewing, the company said, and visitors can move forward and backwards through the results of their home search and even refine search criteria on the results page.
Each property on RealLiving.com now has added neighborhood information, including improved national and state maps that help narrow the search to the consumer’s specific needs, the company said.
Real Living is also rolling out its new Gold Collection of homes, which ranges in price from $400,000 to $749,999, in conjunction with the Real Living Web update. “It’s a new category of homes that appeals to buyers looking for the unique elements and features of a luxury home, but in an affordable price range,” said Kaira Sturdivant Rouda, Real Living’s chief operating officer.
Editorial content will highlight each page, providing users with helpful information about home buying and financing.
Real Living is among the largest independently owned brokerage firms in the Midwest, with nearly 4,000 agents and employees in nearly 130 offices throughout 10 states.