Virtual Listings 101
What are Virtual Listings?
Virtual Listings allows real estate agents and brokers to design and order online and offline marketing for their listings in one place. Enter listing data once and apply it to multiple products! Marketing and promoting listings has never been easier.
What products are available on Virtual Listings?
- Virtual Property Websites
- Property Flyer Signs
- Just Listed Postcards (exclusive designs)
- Property Flyers (exclusive designs)
- Door Hangers (exclusive designs)
How does it work?
If you do not have a Corefact account, you will need to register for one and enter the necessary information into your profile. If you already have a Corefact account, log in to your account and the link to Virtual Listings will be in the top navigation bar in the store.
Once in Virtual Listings, you will be prompted to add a listing. Enter all the information into the required fields and upload your property photos. Or, if you're broker is participating in the ListHub shared listing program, you can simply enter your listing address and all the information will populate automatically.
Once entered, you will have the opportunity to choose and order any of the products offered through Virtual Listings by clicking the 'Market Your Listing' button on any of your listings.
How much does it cost?
Virtual Property Websites cost $24.99 per listing for one year. Pricing for the postcards, property flyers, and door hangers vary depending on quantity and mailing preference.
How long are my Virtual Property Websites hosted?
All virtual property websites are hosted for 12 months from the date of purchase.
What is the URL for the Virtual Property Website, and can I change it?
The URL for each virtual property website will be an extension of the domain cf4m.com followed by a unique identifier and the address of the property. An example would be https://go.cf4m.com/pw/10798InspirationCircleb273.
You cannot register your own domain for your virtual property website via Virtual Listings. You can purchase your own unique URL, from any domain provider, and redirect it to your Virtual Property Website on Virtual Listings.
Can agents set up a Virtual Property Website for a pre-listing appointment?
Yes, they can add a listing and show it in preview mode without purchase, but only from your logged-in Virtual Listings account.
Can a second agent profile be added to my Virtual Property Website?
Yes, a second agent profile can be included. This can be set up in your Corefact profile/account under personal information. Click add a second profile at the bottom of the page.
What happens when a visitor requests a showing from my Virtual Property Website?
You are immediately notified via email. The name and email address of the person requesting the showing will also be in the 'Contacts & Leads > Leads' section. Click the 'See my Virtual Listings leads' to view all lead activity.
Are there other calls to action on my Virtual Property Website?
Yes. In addition to the request for a showing feature (which is automatically checked to appear on your single property websites), there are three other calls to action available.
They are: Notify me when offers are made on the property, when the property is pending or sold, and when similar properties are listed.
PLEASE NOTE: These additional calls to action notifications must be manually fulfilled by the real estate agent and are not automated through Virtual Listings. If you choose to allow these notifications on your virtual property website, you will need to monitor and process all email requests manually.
What happens if a client’s property sells and they don't want it online anymore?
Once you have purchased and published your Single Property Website, you will have the option to unpublish the site at any time during the 12 months of your purchase. To do so, go to your property listing card view, click the 3 dots option on the bottom right of the card and then select the unpublish option. At this point, your virtual property website will be offline and inaccessible to the public.
Do you have Virtual Property Website examples that I can see?
Yes, click the link below to see a sample Virtual Property Website https://go.cf4m.com/pw/10798InspirationCircleb273
What about the other marketing materials in Virtual Listings? Are they the same designs in the Corefact store?
The marketing material in Virtual Listings is not available in the Corefact store. The designs are unique and complementary to each other to create an attractive listing marketing package.
What's the process for ordering postcards, property flyers, and door hangers?
Once you've input all of the listing information, choose 'Market Your Listing' and these products will be available to order. Choose one of the templates, and your information will flow into the Corefact print editor where you can review and make any revisions. The checkout process will be the same as it is now when you order print materials.
What if I want to use a different design?
You can still go to the store and use any design, but your information from Virtual Listings will not import data to other designs or orders from the store.
Will Corefact distribute my Virtual Property Website for me?
No, agents will have to promote their Single Property Websites on their own. Corefact will not assist in distributing the websites.
Is SEO (Search Engine Optimization) available for my Virtual Property Websites?
Corefact does not provide SEO assistance, but you are able to implement SEO methods onto your Single Property Website.
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