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(PRWEB) December 07, 2012
The AgentPress theme review by B2Web provides more than enough information on whether this is the right theme for any real estate website, but it takes the review concept further by providing resources for realtors. The resources include a full video course on how to build a real estate website with the AgentPress theme, a full video course on how to build single property websites and links to 2 custom demo sites created by the folks behind B2Web.
AgentPress is an above-average theme in terms of complexity because it's formatted with real estate listing pages and a robust property search function. Therefore, this theme requires planning and learning in order to set up a professional real estate WordPress website. B2Web's AgentPress review provides all the tools and resources any realtor needs to get website up and running with the AgentPress theme.
Moreover, the review by B2Web makes a good point at the end of the review that many listing agents could do well to create single property websites, which is possible with AgentPress. In fact, the review provides access to a video course on building single property websites as well as a link to a sample single property website built with AgentPress.
Read the full AgentPress theme review by B2Web at http://www.btwoweb.com/agentpress-theme-review/.
B2Web is an online resource for business owners and bloggers that includes many video tutorials and articles about the latest web design tools to expand online presence.
Visit B2Web at http://www.btwoweb.com.
Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/b2web/agentpress-review/prweb10212670.htm.
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