Tony and Suzanne Marriott's Phoenix Arizona Real Estate Blog

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Wolfnet

I read the many reviews blogged here on Active Rain regarding IDX solutions and which is "best".  I met with the owner of Wolfnet at the recent Keller Williams MegaCamp and as a result will be migrating to their service for IDX and other enhanced products.  The price is extremely competitive with the alternatives out there, and some of the features are unique to their product.

Thinking about adding or changing IDX vendors?  Check out wolfnet - and no - I don't get any compensation for promoting the product - I just happen to be really impressed with it and hope to save some of my fellow "rainers" some time ploughing through all the alternatives out there!

 

About the Authors - Updated 2015

If you are considering a Traditional or Short Sale of your home in Phoenix, Scottsdale or any location in Maricopa County Arizona, you owe it to yourself to talk with Haven Express @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty to determine whether Tony and Suzanne Marriott are the best real estate Brokers in the Phoenix and Scottsdale metropolitan area to help you with the Successful Sale of your home.

Listed, Sold and Closed more than a hundred Short Sales with the highest success rate in the Phoenix Metro Area!

Listed, Sold and Closed 100% of listings taken (dozens of them) since June 2011!

HavenExpress.com

Tony and Suzanne Marriott

Associate Brokers, REALTORS
Keller Williams Arizona Realty
Wolfnet
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