Real estate websites. There are countless numbers of them. What is it that makes one better than another? How do you compete with popular nationwide players if you're small and local?
One of the things big players cannot do is to control the content very well. Their databases are flooded with information, including poor quality pictures and bogus descriptions.
That's where going small has strong advantages. Since all pictures are reviewed by humans, we can show them nice and big. The interface is simple, clear, crisp and easy to understand.
Our mission is straightforward. Focus on must-haves and make them visually appealing.
The idea behind the website redesign was to create a more authentic, more locally-oriented website, with a lot of meaningful real estate insights. We wanted to shift from ineffective "leave your email" forms to more professional lead generation. Based on quality data, local housing data reports and other hidden gems.
When you're looking for a new home, your eyes and emotions make the actual decision.
So you actually enjoy the process of browsing!
The website provides useful text and visual information to create a bond with users who will become future customers.
The first 5 seconds are crucial. We need to catch visitors eye and hold their attention.
No noisy, distracting information overload. Just pure gold for the visitors.
No time for reading the whole thing? Get to the point with nice, custom icons.
Fell in love with a particular place in the city? Let's see what's there to rent now.
AirBNB-like map with locations matching your criteria.
By delivering easy to understand metrics to users, Hometown is building a relationship with the future customer.
More information about the particular neighborhood for curious ones. Get to know highlights and understand the feel of the neighborhood community.
Most essential highlights of the neighborhood with external links to find out more.
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