The “Submit property” feature allows your site visitors to submit properties. Once submitted the listing will be published for all users to view. To edit or delete a listing you can use the “Update Property” button.
If you want to disable the property submission module, simply change this option to 0.
By default the address of the location is shown on the frontend of the Submit Property module. You can change this in Dashboard – RealHomes – Customize Settings – Submit Property Labels.
You can also specify the URL of the page where you want to redirect to after submitting the property. You can also set the Default Terms & Conditions page for this submission form.
If this setting is enabled, the users will have to Login / Register before they can continue with their submission. If they don’t do that, the listing will be saved without USERNAME and become an orphan listing. This setting will automatically delete orphan listings if it is not set to 1.
You can add the Submit property info here module to your Archive pages by using this shortcode. The shortcode is easy to use and fully integrates with the WP Bakery Page Builder plugin. The shortcode is available in the ERE shortcodes section.
Submitting your property can be a daunting task, but with the right knowledge, it can be a breeze. In this guide, we’ll walk you through the process, offer valuable tips, and answer common questions about submitting your property.
Submitting your property, whether for sale or rent, is an important step in the real estate world. It’s essential to get it right to attract the right buyers or tenants. This guide will provide you with the insights and expertise you need to submit your property effectively.
When it comes to selling or renting your property, the first step is to submit it to the relevant platforms or agencies. This is where potential buyers or tenants will first encounter your property. Here’s what you need to do to submit your property successfully:
Prepare Your Property Details: Gather all the necessary information about your property, including its size, features, location, and any unique selling points.
High-Quality Photos: Invest in professional photography to showcase your property in the best possible light. High-quality photos can make a significant difference.
Accurate Description: Write a compelling description that highlights the key features and benefits of your property. Be honest and transparent to build trust with potential buyers or tenants.
Pricing Strategy: Determine the right price for your property. Research the market and consider getting a professional appraisal to ensure your property is competitively priced.
Choose the Right Platform: Select the most appropriate platform for your property. You can use real estate websites, social media, or a real estate agent, depending on your preference and target audience.
Marketing and Promotion: Promote your property effectively. Use social media, online advertising, and word-of-mouth to increase visibility.
Engage with Potential Buyers or Tenants: Respond promptly to inquiries, provide additional information when requested, and schedule viewings.
Negotiate and Close the Deal: Be prepared for negotiations and ensure all legal and financial aspects are in order for a smooth closing.