Slifer Smith & Frampton gets a new website
May 21, 2014
VAIL — Slifer Smith & Frampton, a real estate company in the Vail Valley, recently launched the brand new http://www.vailrealestate.com. The website has been remodeled from the ground up, incorporating innovative, state-of-the-art tools and resources.
"We're very pleased and excited to launch the new Slifer Smith & Frampton website," said Jim Flaum, president and managing broker of Slifer Smith & Frampton. "It has been an intensive project, but we feel that the end product is more than just a website — it's a resource for our clients and for the community, one that will elevate the real estate industry in our area."
FEATURES OF THE NEW WEBSITE
The new website has been completely restructured from an aesthetic standpoint, designed to make interaction more intuitive and streamlined. However, it's features such as enhanced search tools, a live chat option and updated market information that set the site apart.
"Our enhanced search tools allow a client to easily pinpoint their search through a robust amount of detail and the new shopping cart lets a client compare properties, select multiple properties to showcase during a driving tour and then save their favorites to view at their convenience," Flaum said. "We realized that everyone is very busy. Our goal is to make a client's experience as effortless as possible."
Other advanced elements of the website include an interactive map that details the various communities in the valley, a tool that allows a user to draw custom search boundaries for zoomed-in results or pinpoint listings in a favorite neighborhood, and the ability to create and save custom searches and receive alerts when properties matching that criteria come on to the market.
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