Eugene, Oregon (PressExposure) December 30, 2008 -- IDX, Inc. welcomes real estate professional Art Lane with Long and Foster Real Estate to those using their IDX Broker product. With the addition of this custom IDX solution to Lane's Website, visitors searching for their ideal home are granted immediate access to the thousands of listings on the Metropolitan Regional Info System (MRIS).
IDX Broker uses IDX (Internet Data Exchange) technology to extract and transfer information from the GLVAR to Smith's search page. Integrated with the agent's Website according to his design preferences, the IDX Broker application provides advanced search options and valuable utilities to potential customers, engendering further interest in Lane's real estate services. Consumers can use the My Property Manager to save searches and listings, and sign up for automatic email updates that will keep the customer current with properties that match their specified criteria.
Art Lane is not only now able to provide his potential customers and current clients with beneficial property information, but he has administrative access to the IDX tools where he can change style, format, and options from his personal computer. IDX makes sure that it is fully integrated with the agent's website, making it look like part of the existing design.
About Art Lane "As a former Director of Engineering and Network Operations for three major cellular companies in the U.S., Art is no stranger to detail-oriented professions. After enjoying a successful career spanning over thirty-two years in the wireless industry, where he pioneered the initial launch of the first cellular and PCS networks in the U.S., Art decided to retire in 2003. Shortly thereafter, he obtained his Maryland Real Estate license, and immediately became affiliated with Long and Foster Real Estate, Inc. in Columbia, Maryland. Not content with 'just' being a REALTORÂ®, in November 2008 Art attained his Maryland Brokers license certification after completing 135 hours of advanced real estate training."