Real Estate Website Design

In early 2020, the owners of a successful investing company in Phoenix, Arizona approached Dynamite Click requesting a real estate investor website design.

Here’s how we tackled this project.

Phoenix Real Estate Selling Should Be Easy

Homeowners looking to quickly sell a home are often stymied by the complicated process.

There’s finding a realtor to list their home, submitting their private residence to endless showings, waiting over a month for closing dates.

Then you’ve got inspections, appraisals and the list goes on.

Sell Simple LLC provides an easy, quick way to sell their home without any of this hassle, and the website design needed to portray the ease of home sales to Sell Simple AZ.

To achieve this, our design team opted for a clean white real estate website design with red accents, and large bold text illustrating the simple process of selling a home. We needed the user to focus on the simplicity of selling their home – too many colors and busy designs sows confusion.

Phoenix Real Estate SEO Optimizations

All the pages on Sell Simple AZ are set up with strong on-page SEO; we built the content, H1 and H2 heading tags and images to be ‘SEO Ready’ for Google, Bing, Yahoo and other search engines.

Using focus keywords that matter most to Sell Simple’s industry, we optimized each page on our real estate website designs’ text and headings, placed alt tags in images, and many other SEO tactics that are part of the Dynamite Click specialized method to making your website discover-able and visible on Google.

The 0.5 Second Rule In Website Design To Get Leads

We believe in a simple rule: within the first 0.5 seconds of a user landing on your website, they should understand what you do, and how to contact you to learn more or sign up to your service or product.

Many experts in SEO and website marketing will tell you that within 15 seconds you need to tell your story.

Some say 7 seconds. Yet others say 4 seconds.

We believe 0.5 seconds is all you have. That’s the critical moment, that first judgement, the gut reaction.

As you immediately enter the website, you get the message right away: we’ll help you sell your home fast, and here’s a quick form to fill out with your contact info and a BIG, red button to click to submit your info.

That’s it!

Of course, for the visitor that’s curious about reviews, social proof, the About page and such, there’s a lot more to scroll and read.

But visitors need to know instantly what you do, and how to reach you. The rest, as they say, is commentary.