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Real Estate Webmasters (REW) and their customer Northrop Realty are proud to announce the launch of the brand-new northroprealty.com—"leveling up" the benchmark for real estate websites everywhere.

We are excited for this first class website reveal", shares Creig Northrop, President and CEO of Northrop Realty. "We are leveling up on what we have done in the past. You do not want to miss it!

Inspiration for the site design comes from both inside and outside the real estate industry. The result—a fresh, exciting, and totally new perspective on what a real estate site should deliver.

"It is obvious from the moment you land on the homepage that this is a higher-level experience," says Tim Collins, REW Enterprise Sales Manager. "Every element

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To help our clients provide better experiences to their buyers and sellers, we hired a third party research company to talk to people who have bought or sold a home within the past 12 months. This company asked a series of questions in an hour-long interview and the results were fascinating.

In this blog, we'll review some of the most interesting things about mobile websites and apps that buyers and sellers had to say.

Quick overview of the findings

  • Most buyers and sellers don't want to view real estate agent websites on their mobile devices

  • The most common complaint is screens that are too small to view detailed listings or photos, and a lack of mobile responsiveness

  • Those who do use mobile preferred to use apps over websites

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The Challenge

PPC case study 1Gary Zimmel first came to Real Estate Webmasters because he wanted a new website for his brokerage, Challenge Realty, in Edmonton, AB. That website, MyEdmontonHomeFinder.com, went live on January 6, 2015, and a PPC campaign for the site was launched January 16, 2015.

Gary started a PPC campaign because he wanted a website that would pay for itself, while also helping his real estate team of close to 100 agents secure more clients. New agents would be able to get a foot in the door, while experienced agents would have a steady stream of client traffic.

"The reason why we started Pay Per Click was to not only help our new people out, but to help established realtors, if they

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