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How to Make a Real Estate Website by Yourself

Today, gathering information about a property is mainly done online, and an effective and informative website design can make or break a home sale.

Real estate websites enable your potential clients to view and compare numerous options from the comfort of their homes in no time, so it makes sense to take your business online as soon as possible, whether you’re a real estate agent or run your own company.

But how to get a website if you have no experience in web development?

In this review we’ll explore some great, easy-to-use and what’s more important – affordable web publishing solutions for real estate agents.

Wix: The Best Website Builder for Real Estate Agents (Realtors)

Similar to Weebly, Wix is meant for beginners who have nothing to do with web development. It’s a completely code-free site builder. Wix is known for its huge collection of modern templates and intuitive editor.

Wix Real Estate Templates

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Amongst template categories there is a separate category ‘Real Estate’ where you can find a template you like. Here you may also check out of what real Wix-based sites look like: Wix example websites.

Pricing: from $5.95/mo to $19.90/mo. with month-to-month subscription or from $4.08/mo to $16.17/mo with annual subscription. You may also try to see how your website will look like, using Wix free plan.

uKit: The Website Builder with High-Quality Templates for Real Estate

uKit is a completely code-free site builder that’s being targeted at small businesses. Its drag-and-drop interface provides a total WYSIWYG experience, making it possible to design and publish a professional-looking site in 30 minutes.

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uKit offers various website templates that you can start with; make sure you choose the Real Estate category to get a template better suited to your needs. Once you’ve chosen a theme, you’ll be asked to enter a web address (this can be changed later) and your business information. Upon completion, you’ll be redirected to the control panel where you can start customizing the chosen template using the site builder’s visual interface.

Pricing: $4/mo billed annually, $5/mo billed month-to-month; free 14-day trial period.

Weebly: The Quality Site Builder to Create a Promo Website for Real Estate Agents

Weebly is a great choice for those who expect to get a drag-and-drop editing interface. The builder is very easy-to-use. Weebly supports inline editing offering a total WYSIWYG experience making it easy for anyone to start a website.

Weebly Real Estate Templates

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While Weebly has no separate Real Estate templates, its website themes are fully responsive. You may also see our collection of websites built using Weebly: Websites built with Weebly.

Pricing: Weebly offers a free plan and three paid subscriptions ranging from $8/mo to $25/mo.

uCoz: The Platform to Create a Full-Featured Real Estate Portal

uCoz site builder can be a great home for your real estate website. It combines the ease-of-use of DIY site builders and the power of content management systems like WordPress. The builder operates as a system of customizable building blocks called modules (Blog module, E-shop module, Forum module etc.). Users enable these modules to shape their site.

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uCoz is one of the rare site builders that open up the codes. Full HTML access is available for free users, too. So if you’re handy with codes, you can create a truly exceptional, professional-looking website.

You may also take a look at uCoz-powered websites, there’s a real estate website, too: Websites built with uCoz.

Pricing: uCoz, like Wix or Weebly, has a completely free plan. The other five paid plans vary from $2.99/mo to $15.99/mo.

Specialized Real Estate Website Builders

Along with these versatile website builders that are suitable for creating any type of website, there exist narrowly specialized platforms geared towards building property websites only. These industry-specific site builders are pretty functional, yet in our opinion, they are overpriced. On the average, it costs about $30-70 a month + set up fee ($100-$200) to run a site on such specialized platform. While this may be an affordable solution for a huge company, independent realtors will find it expensive.

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  • sinuse jill

    You have really helped
    several of individuals like me, who have been searching internet from past
    quite a long time to find detailed information on this particular topic. Thanks.


    • Marco A. Sánchez

      Hello Sinuse,

      Also at Yclas.com you can create your own Real Estate website.

  • Kristaps

    Hi guys.

    We have just launched HomeWebo. HomeWebo helps you get your real estate property on a custom domain in under 10 minutes. We offer
    – a choice of multiple templates
    – a dashboard where you can view your site statistics
    – instant notifications when a potential customer reaches out.
    – and more…

    Come check it out at https://www.homewebo.com

  • Giedrė Piliutytė

    Hello there, I would like to mention Site.pro Website builder. It it free, simple and of course, it does not require special knowledge or experience in web development. If I had to choose, I would definitely go for it again. 🙂

  • Marco A. Sánchez

    This is a really good article, but http://yclas.com deserves a place in your list!

  • Very nice templates which i can use for my real estate website.

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  • Caroline Peters

    I hope this would be a nice contribution to the topic http://vevs.website/real-estate-website/ ready-made real estate website, so you would not need to worry about all the many issues that could occur while you are trying to build up your own.

    • Hi, Caroline,

      Thanks for the contribution. I have observed Vevs website builder already in my post here: http://superbwebsitebuilders.com/vevs-review/ and there I’ve noticed that it also suits for Real Estate websites.

      • Caroline Peters

        Oh this is fantastic!

        • Thanks for your opinion, it’s very important for me and my audience. If you have any experience of real-estate websites creation, you can share it with us.

  • Vaida Vaidamin Picker

    Are any of these IDX capability?! I don’t seeyou me tion that. That’s the key for anyone in Real estate, it has to be MLS functional and automattic. There is no use for a good looking template site if it doesn’thave MLS feed.

    • Hi,
      Thanks for your note, I will add this information in my next update. Getting ahead of myself, I will say that you can embed IDX listing to your website, built with Weebly and uCoz website builders. Wix now doesn’t support this function. As to uKit – you can contact its support team and they can help you to integrate IDX into youк website, built with that website builder.

      With regards,
      Howard Steele.