Paragon: something that is viewed as a model of excellence.
Webware: software that is accessed online.
We have been specializing in websites for real estate agents and offices since 2002, we have created thousands of websites, and we have clients that have been happily working with us for over 10 years.
With that kind of background, we know what it takes to provide a great looking real estate website that works.
First, we focus on making your life easier by providing easy to use products and tools. As you can see by the some of the screenshots posted throughout our website, the Control Panel has a clean interface that allows you to manage your entire website without having to know any programming language.
Then, we focus on what the public sees. Responsive websites that look great on both desktop computers all they way down to smartphones that fit in your pocket. The integrated community content that we compile keeps visitors at your website longer and helps you become a local resource for things other than real estate.
A website is useless without traffic which is why we put so many hours into following what the search engine are doing. We know what works, and what doesn't work. Most websites that we create get indexed by Google within the first few weeks.
Another important piece to having a website is lead generation. Our system makes it easy to request (and sometimes force) visitors to provide their contact information. We also provide the contact management tools so that you can easily follow up and stay in touch.
The best part is, we've figured out how to provide a system like this without charging a fortune. We don't charge setup fees. We don't have any hidden fees. And we want you to stay with us because you're happy which is why we don't have any long term contracts.
As you can see, when you choose to work with Paragon, you're getting more than a website, you're getting a business partner that wants you to do well.
Our success is based on your success. Give us a try today and see for yourself, you won't be disappointed.