Experienced Realtor upgrades professional website to better serve Fort Myers, Florida home seekers
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Experienced Realtor upgrades professional website to better serve Fort Myers, Florida home seekers

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EUGENE, ORE – August 7, 2013 – (RealEstateRama) — Nancy Trombino and IDX, Inc. have joined forces to syndicate Florida Gulf Coast MLS (FGC) listings on the site of Trombino, giving her clients and other Fort Myers, Florida potential buyers the most comprehensive listing database around. Her collaboration with IDX has truly revolutionized the way buyers search for properties online. Never before has it been simpler, quicker or more effective to find the perfect property online than now on the IDX enabled website Trombino hosts.

The smartest thing for home seekers to do before beginning the buying process with a real estate professional is to get educated and research property listings. The unique search page Trombino supports makes both of these things possible. Her website is now equipped with the tools necessary to give potential buyers the best online search experience. They can scan thousands of FGC listings to gain a better understanding of the Fort Myers real estate market. Mortgage calculators are even uploaded on the site of Trombino to help buyers figure out exactly what they can afford to buy. In addition, when home seekers have found what they are looking for, Trombino is just a click of the mouse away.

Her convenient real estate website only reinforces her dedication to customer service. Trombino wants to find every potential buyer in Fort Myers the best property in the area, at the right price. A behind-the-scenes administrative login page helps to simplify managing her website. She can even access her daily FGC market trend reports and monitor site traffic from her cellphone, with the easy-to-use myAgentIDX Broker application. Trombino has truly changed the way people find homes online with her new IDX enabled website.

About Nancy Trombino

Nancy Trombino is a real estate broker with Kerry Theisen Realty of Fort Myers, Florida.

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 more than $1 trillion worth of active listings data from more than 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). 

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PO Box 71866
Eugene, OR 97401

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

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