Eugene, OR (PressExposure) July 28, 2008 -- IDX, Inc. welcomes Greg Manchester to its growing list of professional Realtors using IDX Broker to customize the property search function of their website. As a result of integrating the IDX software into his website, visitors to Manchester's website now have immediate access to thousands of listings from the MLS of Naples to search for their ideal property in the Naples, Bonita Springs, and Estero areas.
The goal of The Manchester Group, lead by Greg Manchester, has always been to simplify the home buying process for their clients and this custom IDX solution helps them to go above and beyond by offering unique search options including scenery, inclusion, and recreation allowing the client to select only the features that are most important to them. If the specific listing doesn't exist at the time the client searches for it, they can elect to save their search and will automatically be notified by email at a later time when properties matching their search criteria become available on the MLS. Another feature is a Map Search powered by Google Maps that gives clients the option to view properties in a particular area or near a specific road or landmark.
IDX Broker offers an administrative log-in section which can be set up for use by one or multiple agents of the company and allows for complete control over the look of and options displayed on the site. Global, page, and category wrappers in this section allow the MLS listings to appear entirely integrated into the site creating a seamless transition from search page to results.
About The Manchester Group "It is our goal as your full service real estate company specializing in the Naples, Bonita Springs, and Estero areas, to provide you with superior service at all times. Our local expertise and extensive real estate experience will benefit you whether you are serious about buying or selling a home at this time, or are checking out the many homeowner resources we offer. We have been top producers in S.W. Florida for the past five year's."