Package of real estate tools and widgets designed specifically for real estate industry blogs and sites.
Simple Real Estate Pack is a package of real estate tools and widgets designed specifically for real estate industry blogs and web sites. The plugin includes mortgage and home affordability calculators, closing cost estimator, live mortgage rates, Trulia and ALTOS statistical charts, local schools, business listings from Yelp and Google Maps. Optionally, Simple Real Estate Pack can function as an extension for Great Real Estate (GRE) plugin, and will add new features to the GRE if it's installed. Take a look at live example of this functionality at ScottsdaleHomes.com.
API data on businesses, schools and real estate statistics is not available outside of the US.
Schools - shortcode widget provides a list of schools within selected location (via Education.com API). Can group schools by type, grade level, school district or zip code.
Live Mortgage Rates via Zillow API (widget and shortcode).
Market trends and statistical graphs/charts via Trulia.com and ALTOS Research.
Embed Google Maps with a click of a mouse with grocery stores, restaurants, gas stations, banks, golf courses and hospitals (optional) within 3 mile radius of the main marker (via Yelp API).
Publish Yelp listings (shortcode) within 3 mile radius from a specified point into you content. Grouped with tabs by business type (i.e. grocery stores, restaurants etc.).
Walk Score via Walkscore.com
Extension of GRE plugin (optional) via Neighborhood Profile options - mapping local grocery stores, restaurants, gas stations, banks, golf courses and hospitals within 3 mile radius of the property. Includes property location, contact information, ratings via Yelp API., as well as financial tools and statistical charts.
Easy to use API for third party widget integration into the Neighborhood Profiles.
For detailed usage instructions visit the official site.
Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.3.1
Last Updated: 2015-8-20
Active Installs: 10,000+
1 of 2 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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