Omaha Real Estate Agent Launches New Home Search Website Tools
03/06/2010

Omaha Nebraska REALTOR® launches new website resources for Omaha home buyers to search and find properties online.

Online PR News – 06-March-2010 – – Omaha, Nebraska – John Powley, a Nebraska real estate agent with N.P. Dodge specializing in Omaha area homes for sale, has launched new home search tools on his highly ranked website covering Omaha real estate. The tools are geared to helping website visitors find listings that closely match their home shopping criteria.

One of the best new features is the ability to easily browse different types of listings without having to fill out complex search forms.

"We have preset searches set up for many different property types, like homes, condos, foreclosures, and even schools and school districts."

He says that users can simply click these preselected links to find properties that match their interests.

In addition, he points out that searchers can choose to modify their search criteria to tighten up their search results until they find the perfect match, then save their listings to come back to them later.

According to Powley, an automatic property alert can even be set up to send users an email whenever new listings come on the market matching their property preferences. While users have had the ability to receive these automatic emails based on their search criteria for awhile on the site, the functions have been enhanced to make them easier than ever.

"It's very convenient for those in the market for Omaha real estate for sale to sign up for our property alerts to see new listings. That way, they don't have to sign onto the website every day to see new listings."

Of course, he is quick to note that Omaha home buyers will probably want to spend time on the site frequently anyway.

"We've tried to make this as easy as possible and as fun as possible. Searching for a home can be a frustration if you are on a website that doesn't show you the properties in a format that is easy to browse. But I think we've been successful in making the process fun again."

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