Realtor Nancy Harville of Albuquerque, New Mexico Offers her Clients Easy Access to Thousands of MLS Listings


EUGENE, OR – April 15, 2010 – (RealEstateRama) — IDX, Inc. excitedly welcomes Nancy Harville with The Harville Estates Real Estate & Development team in joining the rapidly expanding network of real estate agents and brokers opting to customize and enhance their websites, with the help of a custom IDX solution. Residing in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Harville is an active member of the Southwest MLS (SWMLS). Potential home buyers sifting through her website will now have access to a multitude of the most precise and up-to-date listings on the market, coming directly from the SWMLS, and the way it is seamlessly integrated into her website. Home seekers will then have access to an abundant amount of comprehensive search features, helping them to find the home of their dreams, in the most simple and efficient fashion possible.

Within the “Property Search” tab of Harville’s website, prospective buyers will find basic, advanced, map, address and listing ID search category options. Through each search feature, consumers will be given an endless amount of resources and helpful tools, to find what they are truly looking for in their new property. The map search option, powered by Google Maps, enables home seekers to pinpoint their desired property on an interactive satellite, terrain or road map. They may then utilize this information to judge their relativity to nearby main roads, convenience locations, parks, school districts, landmarks and other cities, to get a true feel of what it would be like to live in this particular neighborhood. Potential home buyers also have the ability to save their specified search criteria and can sign-up to receive automatic email alerts, the moment a property matching their specifications becomes available on the SWMLS.

With the addition of IDX Broker, Harville is provided with her own personal administrative dashboard, enabling her to completely customize each and every aspect and detail of her online real estate website. She can edit her custom CSS and global wrappers, distributing a sense of unique branding throughout each page of her site. She can access traffic reports, detailing which pages and listings on her site are being viewed most frequently, and are therefore in the highest demand. Harville also has the capabilities to create dynamic title tags and custom XML codes, increasing her listings visibility, along with their chances of syndication with popular real estate search engines.

About Nancy Harville
“I’m Nancy Harville, Owner/Broker of The Harville Estates Real Estate & Development LLC. I received my Real Estate License in 1996 and started to sell homes immediately. I did very well my first year in business and helped allot of folks buy and sell their properties. I was awarded ’Rookie of The Year’ by The Albuquerque Board of Realtors in 1997. In 2003, I went back to school and obtained my Broker’s licensed and opened my own shop, The Harville Estates.”

About IDX, Inc.
Based in Eugene, Oregon, IDX Inc. is nationally known as a leading provider of real estate search applications. IDX, Inc. actively manages over $1 trillion worth of active listings data from over 340 Multiple Listings Services (MLS). IDX Broker is IDX, Inc.’s principle real estate software utility and myAgent IDX is its principle mobile application available for the iPhone. The easy to manage and customizable software helps real estate professionals display home listing data from their multiple listing service (MLS) on their individual and/or office websites. For more information on all the services provided by IDX, Inc. please visit


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