• I know its new, but there is nothing new yet…
    1. Does not work well with responsive themes
    2. Iproperty advertising on every property page. (even wp-property does not have that). I dont want to have your advertisement on my site.
    3. No MLS integration offered. No import at all. Even if you want to do it yourself, its not possible the way they set it up. So what, we are suppose to ad properties by hand?
    4. Some basic features only available when upgrading to “pro” for $250
    5. Hard to change layout
    6. No shortcodes
    7. Existing user can not be turned in to an Agent. So an admin can never post properties

    Let’s hope this developer will do something different. Right now it is even less than the others out here, with a high price.

    The 5 star reviews are from iproperty employees

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  • Plugin Author thinkeryllc

    (@thinkeryllc)

    So every post you’ve created has been to bash other real estate plugins?

    Hmmm indeed.

    Also, for the sake of accuracy– you’re wrong on several of your points, including price, reviews, and imports. However, we’ll take this as constructive criticism, and look forward to improving the product in releases to come.

    1. Does not work well with responsive themes

    This is a known issue in some cases, and one we’re working on.

    2. Iproperty advertising on every property page. (even wp-property does not have that). I dont want to have your advertisement on my site.

    It’s unencrypted and FREE. You’re welcome to remove it. The pro version can be white boxed.

    3. No MLS integration offered. No import at all. Even if you want to do it yourself, its not possible the way they set it up. So what, we are suppose to ad properties by hand?

    This is already under development. Our Joomla product has csv, xml and RETS imports, and we’re actively working on porting these to WP. And yes, it seems reasonable to expect users of a free product that is meant to support small agencies to add properties by hand. Mass imports are normally the requirement of larger agencies and brokers who would be happy to pay for the capability.

    4. Some basic features only available when upgrading to “pro” for $250

    I’m not sure what you mean by “basic”– these are features include saved searches and properties, email updates, ajax map search, etc.

    5. Hard to change layout

    I can’t really comment on this– I have no idea what you may have tried.

    6. No shortcodes

    Perhaps you might suggest this as a feature?

    7. Existing user can not be turned in to an Agent. So an admin can never post properties

    This is not true. I am wondering if you even tried this? An admin can absolutely post properties.

    Thanks for your feedback.

    So every post you’ve created has been to bash other real estate plugins?
    – i just started posting reviews today for the first time ever on WordPress. Sorry that they are not to your liking.
    – Have you tested the other product what i reviewed? The RETS importer? I have. So don’t assume that i just post some bullshit.

    Also, for the sake of accuracy– you’re wrong on several of your points, including price, reviews, and imports.
    – ok, $225,-
    – reviews: first one was yours, second from the thinkery, the third from you or a joomla customer. The third is actually not a review just saying that joomla product is good.
    – import: not wrong. Its not possible right now as you state below.

    This is already under development. Our Joomla product has csv, xml and RETS imports, and we’re actively working on porting these to WP. And yes, it seems reasonable to expect users of a free product that is meant to support small agencies to add properties by hand. Mass imports are normally the requirement of larger agencies and brokers who would be happy to pay for the capability.
    – no problem to pay, but its not available yet. My review is for the current product. The pro feature does not offer import also or the option to have this done by you. What am i saying wrong here? Its not available , no matter the company size.
    – this is wordpress, not joomla.

    7. Existing user can not be turned in to an Agent. So an admin can never post properties
    This is not true. I am wondering if you even tried this? An admin can absolutely post properties.
    — Nope, that did not work. Did YOU try it? Yes i tested your product. You should not assume that i have not tried it. If a review is not to your liking, you should take the criticism and have it motivate you to improve?

    So i made one mistake , that is the pricing.

    It’s unencrypted and FREE. You’re welcome to remove it.
    – where to remove it?

    Plugin Author thinkeryllc

    (@thinkeryllc)

    Hi– there are multiple pricing options, from $125 – 225 depending on the term of support.

    Imports can be done, but it’s not currently built as a “drop in system”– so yes, if a pro client wanted an import done, it could certainly be done, though it would be a custom job currently.

    7) yes, this is exactly the scenario we use in our walkthru videos– you create a fresh install of WP and IProperty, and you’re already logged in as an admin– you don’t need an admin to be an agent, and that user can certainly add listings / agents / companies. If I’m misunderstanding what you were talking about please explain.

    As I said in my initial post, your review was inaccurate, but the accurate parts we are either already working on or will take as criticism and improve– so thank you for your feedback.

    However, we’ll take this as constructive criticism, and look forward to improving the product in releases to come.

    My review was not inaccurate at all. You keep saying that, but its not.
    you create a fresh install of WP and IProperty, and you’re already logged in as an admin-
    – A lot of people already have a wordpress running with users, so a fresh install would not work for them. I tried again, and no it does not work with an “existing” admin or user.

    Where to remove the iproperty “disclaimer ads”

    Plugin Author thinkeryllc

    (@thinkeryllc)

    New version has been released today with much improved handling of non-standard templates.

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