Many of you ask if I have any recommendations for a website provider. Lots of you use Advanced Access. You don’t have many bad words to say for them, but I have never heard anything good from you about them.

Let’s review this new company I have found.

Ubertor is a small Real Estate Website hosting provider based out of Vancouver, Canada. Ubertor offers a?simple, all-in-one solution to get your real estate business on the Internet.

Ubertor hosting package includes many neat features including the best one, their package makes managing your website easy pie.

What makes Ubertor stand apart from the Crowd is they are not just a Web Site publisher but they help you publish an outstanding site that is built from the ground up specifically with Google?s SEO (Search Engine Optimization) requirements in mind; the emphasis here being on securing high placements in search terms over flashy crap.

What you get with your site:

A Blog!
Map your properties on a gMaps mashup
Show a slideshow of your listing photos
Run a virtual tour
Advertise an open house.
Craigslist Automatic Posting
Feedburner is integrated into your site (used for publishing your site/blog)
Voice overs
Property Search
MLS Integration
Street Maps
Mortgage Calculator
Competitive Pricing!
Ubertor differentiates itself from their Advanced Access in the little details. There is no limit as to how many photos can be uploaded per property,?or that it suggests SEO heavy terms to include in your listing (e.g., Stainless Steel Appliances, Marble Countertop, etc.) and updates your page?s title tags accordingly. Did I mention you get a blog with all of this?

Here is another great point. Live Chat Support directly from their website.

Here is a couple of agents that use their software

Kris Berg?- San Diego, CA
http://www.sandiegocastles.com
?Christoph Schweiger?- Phoenix, AZ
http://www.historicmodern.com

When you are ready for a site?upgrade or?your a new agent needing a website check out Ubertor before choosing any old provider.

One more last point – Ubertor does not lock you into any sort of a contract.

Loren Nason
Future of Real Estate Technology?

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1 Comment

  1. Anonymous on February 20, 2012 at 10:55 pm

    Ok I would just like to say that your claim Ubertor does not lock you in to any sort of contract may not be 100% accurate. I tried to cancel my service but I found it difficult to do with their website. My credit card was set to expire at the end of the month and rather than give them my new credit card number I decided to let it run out. Any company without a way of billing you would stop providing you a service. II tried to cancel again but they wanted to get a new credit card first so I called to verbally cancel. They would not let me. They continued to bill me even though they had no way of taking payment and I had told them I no longer wanted their service. They hounded me by email and phone calls where I informed them again I wanted to cancel their service they still sent me letters just asking me to update my billing information. They have now sent it to collections. TIt seems like bad business to me to try and bill someone when they have not given you permission to do so – and worse to continue to bill them after you have expressed verbally and in writing you wish to cancel their service. I would think twice about using their services as they do not make it easy to get rid of them if you decide to upgrade from a low budget provider to something a little more sophisticated.

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