Ricky Khamis's Blog: Property Widgets for your Websites, Blogs etc


Property Widgets for your Websites, Blogs etc

I am more excited than ever in helping you market your properties and creating more business for you. Here is what the Property Widget looks like that you can have your properties listed and can generate custom code to place mini versions of your properties on your personal blog or website, social networks and other sites that allow embedded objects.

These are the current Properties listed for sale by various Agents I have teamed up with, I have the property widget on my web site and many other marketing sites that I have membership with, including Craiglist postings.

Here you can sign up and start listing your properties, once you sign up I will help you to optimize each and every listing.



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Ricky Khamis
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Arizona and California CE Instructor

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Comment balloon 4 commentsRicky Khamis • March 30 2008 11:16AM


Thanks! It have been planning to add a property widget, but just hadn't gotten to it. Your link made it easy.
Posted by Vickie Nagy, Vickie Jean the Palm Springs Condo Queen (Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate) about 12 years ago

No problem!  I am helping many agents market their listings and capture more buyer activity than ever!  Case after case has seen 100 - 200 hits per week or more per property, its a numbers game right!


Good Luck!

Posted by Ricky Khamis about 12 years ago
Ricky, I love the widgets, they are easy to use and can be easily posted on most website and vflyers as long as you have access the the html code.  You don't even have to worry about updating them. Put one on your website and it updates whenever you change the primary widgit. They are fun and easy to work with. 
Posted by Roger Smith (Real Living Advantage Realty) about 12 years ago
Thanks for the information. i will give it a try.
Posted by Kevin Robinson, Fractional Developer about 12 years ago