Virginia Realtor teams up with IDX, Inc. to provide a home search that matches buyers with the perfect home

Virginia Realtor teams up with IDX, Inc. to provide a home search that matches buyers with the perfect home

EUGENE, OR – August 2, 2013 – (RealEstateRama) — IDX, Inc. and Long and Foster Real Estate have joined forces to deliver realtor Marianne Prendgergast with the latest Internet Data Exchange (IDX) technology. The IDX Broker software now enabled on the website of Prendgergast extracts raw listings data from Metropolitan Regional Info Systems (MRIS) and displays it directly on her website, giving her clients the most comprehensive listings database to search through. Now, Prendgergast and her clients can sit back and relax as they scan thousands of Virginia properties from the comfort of home and the convenience of the website on their iPhone or personal computer.

Five unique search options give home seekers around Mclean, Virginia the benefits associated with working with a real estate professional without having to leave the house. The website of Prendgergast is enabled to deliver the most thorough property search available online to anyone who discovers her website. Potential buyers can even create their own unique search parameters, save these and elect to receive email alerts when properties matching their specifications are listed on MRIS. With the help of IDX Broker software, her website is one of the most effective tools around online to help match buyers with sellers and listing agents, mortgage calculators and virtual tours.

Prendgergast also gains unprecedented access and control over the inner-workings of her real estate website. Her own administrative login page lets her edit CSS and global wrappers, in an effort to create a professional branding present throughout each page. Prendgergast can even connect with current clients, pursue new leads and monitor site traffic from the convenience of her login page. IDX Broker has truly changed the way she conducts business online, in the office and around Mclean.

About Marianne Prendgergast

Marianne Prendgergast is a real estate broker with Long and Foster Real Estate of Mclean, Virginia.

About IDX, Inc.

Based in Eugene, Oregon, IDX Inc. is nationally known as a leading provider of real estate search applications. IDX, Inc. actively manages over $1 trillion worth of active listings data from over 500 individual Multiple Listings Services (MLS). IDX, Inc. provides integrated IDX software, customizable listing search utilities and lead management tools for real estate based websites (IDX Broker ). In addition to the primary web-based software, IDX also provides an integrated WordPress widget for use in WordPress based blogs and websites (IDX Broker WordPress Plugin ) as well as a dedicated mobile application available for the iPhone and iPad (myAgent IDX ). The entire suite of real estate software available from IDX is easy to manage and maintain and helps real estate professionals display real estate data from their multiple listing service (MLS) regardless of their technical ability. For more information on all the services provided by IDX, Inc., please visit www.idxbroker.com .

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Based in Eugene, Oregon, IDX Inc. is nationally known as a leading provider of real estate search applications. IDX, Inc. actively manages over $1 trillion worth of active listings data from over 350 individual Multiple Listings Services (MLS).  IDX, Inc. provides integrated IDX software, customizable listing search utilities and lead management tools for real estate based websites (IDX Broker).  In addition to the primary web-based software, IDX also provides an integrated WordPress widget for use in WordPress based blogs and websites (IDX Broker Wordpress Plugin) as well as a dedicated mobile application available for the iPhone (myAgent IDX). 

Contact:

PO Box 71866
Eugene, OR 97401

Toll Free: (800) 421-9668
Phone: (541) 343-3912
Fax: (541) 343-3915

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