How do I add MLS search to my website?



We provide a Promo Module that you can add to your homepage or sidebar that lets visitors do a quick search from anywhere.

  1. Go to the Promo Modules: on your Admin home page (or the expandable "Tool Dock") click on the big icon that says "Promo Modules".
  2. Add the MLS Search Module: above the list of promo modules, click the big "Add" button to add a new Promo Module.
  3. Select Module Type: On the Edit page, select the type of module you are adding (e.g. "MLS Search") and click "Create".
  4. Select Module Location: Then choose the "Location" where this module should appear (e.g. "Home") and the specific "Module Space" on the page where it should appear.
  5. Then click "Save" and an MLS Search form will appear on your homepage (or sidebar, depending on where you indicated you wanted it to be located).

How can I allow my visitors to search the local MLS?

First you will need to be subscribed to your local MLS data feed (you will have to fill out a form and the MLS will approve your website feed). Contact us for more information.

After you are subscribed, the easiest way to start using the MLS is to simply add a link in your menu to the prebuilt MLS Search page:

  1. Go to the MLS Section: on your Admin home page (or the expandable "Tool Dock") click on the big icon that says "Menu".
  2. Add a Link to your Menu: above the list of menu links, click the big "Add" button to add a new link.
  3. Fill out the Link Information: On the Menu Edit page give your link a name, select the MLS Search page in the "Link to Content" options (It will be alphabetically located under "MLS: Search"), then choose where you want the link to appear in your menu and click "Create". The link will now be on your site.

NOTE: From this search page, your visitors can define their own search criteria by choosing a city, plus more filters to limit by granular settings. When the search is submitted, the visitor can view an elegant image, text or map-based list of all properties.


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