We launched several new real estate websites from New England to the Florida Keys! Check out the websites for our newest clients and a few redesigns from long time clients.

Monarch Realty

Monarch Realty

You probably saw our recent client testimonial posted on our blog a couple of weeks ago and wondered how do I get my website to look as professional and be as happy as Doreen was? Monarch Realty came to Union Street Media looking for a sleek, modern and professional website to showcase their experience (10 years!) as a real estate business. Having the ability to manage their listings through an integrated IDX feed and content manage system was key for them so that they could continue improving the site over time. Their website features: two MLS feeds, an interactive map search, a mobile site and a blog feed among many other features and a beautiful design!

Four Seasons - Meredith Office

Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty

Meredith Office

Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty – Meredith Office launched their new website as they joined the Four Seasons brand in New Hampshire. Their office is in the heart of the Lakes Region in New Hampshire and as a result we were able to develop a custom map showcasing the area lakes and some information about them, check it out here. Being a company that caters to the luxury market niche, they needed a site that set them apart from the competition. This was achieved by a modern, simple design so that anyone could perform a search and through participation in our dedicated internet marketing program for the online placement they want to achieve and the conversions on the website itself.

College Apartments Boston

College Apartments Boston

College Apartments Boston caters to college students in and around Boston and because of that the site needed to reflect an ease of use for the young student on the run who is looking for an apartment. This was achieved through several map based college searches which highlight listings in a certain radius around the college. The interactive map search tool was key in the development of this site to highlight desired service areas.

Island Equity Real Estate

Island Equity Real Estate

Island Equity Real Estate’s office is located in the Florida Keys and needed a design that reflected the area and identifiers that are associated with that region. The bright colors and large photos give the site a sense of a place along with the addition of a map slider in the quicksearch area, easily allowing a user to select their desired area by mile marker. The easy to use ‘Property Links’ on the homepage allow a user to quickly access listings in their defined market area.


Client Redesigns:

Martha Diebold Real Estate

Martha Diebold Refresh

It’s always fun to see the before and after images of sites that go through our refresh/redesign process. While the goal at Union Street Media is always to create a site that will be able to grow with your company as well as achieve your goals; the changes in the way users act online and the design trends that occur over the years will ultimately lead to the need for a new site. Martha Diebold’s site was a great example of a site that had been around for a long time, had done well in search engines through our internet marketing program, but ultimately needed a face lift to continue to do well. Martha’s site now features all of the latest tools our system offers and a design that compliments the expertise in their office.

The Shanahan Group

Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate – The Shanahan Group

The Shanahan Group recently partnered with Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate and needed a website that reflected this new brand. Integrating key elements from the Better Homes and Gardens ‘lifestyle’ brand included focus on the ‘Live, Look and Learn’ sections of the site and become a resource for consumers to research communities and learn about the market and process in general. They did recognize that keeping a few elements from their old site would enable users a smoother transition – the simplicity of the homepage and area town focus were key in this transition.