Showing posts from April, 2019

Generate listing cards for your social media platforms in Base

It has become apparent that more and more estate agents are using their own personal or business pages on various social media platforms to gain exposure and market their real estate online. With Base , our property management software, you will now be able to generate two various designs that you can use as an image to post on your Facebook or Instagram feed. When opening a property in Base , you will note under the reports section the two latest editions to the brochure / report collection: Look out for the "Just Listed Brag Card" and "Sold Brag Card".  Both of them generate in .png format - that instantly makes it possible for you to post this on to your social media channels. Your "Just Listed Brag Card" will generate in the following format: And when you sell a listing, you can generate the following format to show that it has been sold by you: Base further allows you to select an appropriate colour that matches with

Flex enhanced Alerts, Search and Focus template tweaks

Flex Focus template tweaks We've tweaked the Focus real estate template including property details page to a cleaner, more simplistic layout featuring 3 photos on desktop view while also including the latest social media Whatsapp and Linkedin Share buttons . You can view a sample listing here on the demo site. The changes has been implemented for all clients running on the Focus template. Each of our real estate templates offer a unique look and feel that can be customized to pretty much any level you want. Flex search tweaks Our latest Flex platform template tweaks also includes user interface improvements to the property search as can be seen below. Flex Alerts tweaks Property alerts is your "silent salesman" . It allows visitors to subscribe to new listings using advanced search criteria including multiple areas and property types. The Flex alerts even allows them to choose the frequency of emails, and we follow opt in and out policies. There is no