Dan Hardy and IDX, Inc. make custom online home search available to Portland, Oregon buyers

EUGENE, OR – June 13, 2012 – (RealEstateRama) — IDX, Inc. announces Portland, Oregon Realtor Dan Hardy has become the latest real estate professional to adopt a customizable IDX solution. By adding the unique IDX Broker software to his Hardy Properties website, Hardy has forever changed the way he does business and communicates with his clients online. As a member of the Regional MLS (RMLS), Hardy’s IDX-enabled website now extracts raw listing data from RMLS and seamlessly integrates it onto his search pages. Thousands of Portland property listings are now easily accessible to home seekers through Hardy’s comprehensive online real estate resource.

Advanced search tools give potential buyers around Portland the ability to create their own search parameters, highlighting their wants, needs and desires in their home search. Online real estate tools, such as the five IDX Broker supported searches Hardy hosts, allow home seekers to customize their search guidelines to quickly scan the RMLS database and match them with the home of their dreams. By designating the school district, waterfront accessibility, subdivision, garage description and heating and cooling features, potential buyers can let the IDX solution Hardy employs work to retrieve only the best suited properties for their search. Finding a home online has never been easier for Hardy’s clients and other potential Portland area home seekers.

Hardy is able to manage all his dynamic IDX features simply through his custom IDX Control Panel. He can login through an administrative portal to see which properties are viewed most frequently, monitor changes and trends in the RMLS listings and even connect with new clients through the IDX lead generation system. IDX Broker has made the website Hardy hosts easier to maintain and simpler to use, with all of the innovative functions supplied to Hardy and his clients. The Oregon online real estate search has been transformed by the remarkable IDX solution Hardy supports.

About Dan Hardy

Dan Hardy is a lisenced real estate broker and owner of Hardy properties of Portland, Oregon.

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 over $1 trillion worth of active listings data from over 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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Eugene, OR 97401

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Phone: (541) 343-3912
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