Update on Fusion

Private Property South Africa
Simon Bray

Fusion is already making a name for itself as a benchmark estate agency software but this month sees even greater feature benefit being released. Some of the improvements currently being worked on include advanced lead management and dedicated portal services that improve our feeds to SAs biggest portals.

Perhaps the most exciting upgrade currently underway is the new version of our free website offering. We have gathered great market intelligence over the last couple of months and decided to build some great new features into the standard Agency website. Here are the highlights:

  • A featured property carousel on the home page to emphasise your key properties and ensure they get the position and attention they deserve.

  • A brand image gallery on the homepage that allows you to add multiple branded images or messages to the website. This is useful for campaigns and brand building and helps keep your homepage fresh and interesting to your browsers.

  • Advanced area and suburb filters to improve the browsers interaction with your listing stock. This simple, user tested navigation is useful when browsers want to narrow their search criteria.

Whether developing the features and components of your back office software or improving the browser journey on your property website we endeavor to build a simple, elegant experience into every click of the mouse. Premium design, easy to navigate, drives more leads: our websites are purpose built to showcase your listings in the most effective way possible.

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