Placester is an IDX website builder geared specifically toward real estate agents and brokers. We looked at Placester reviews from around the web to determine what Placester customers think about the company. We also compared the most popular pricing options for small business owners.
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Placester Customer Reviews
Summary of Placester Reviews
We scoured around the web and found that Placester has a mix of positive and negative ratings. Here’s what we found:
What Placester does well:
People who gave Placester a positive review liked how easy it was to set up and learn to use.
What Placester does not do well:
The negative reviewers complained that the customer support’s availability and responsiveness was lacking whenever issues arose.
Most Helpful Positive User Review
One positive reviewer talked about how its basic features were so easy to understand that she was able to set up her website in no time. She also said that the standard templates were very clean and easy on the eyes.
Most Helpful Negative User Review
A negative reviewer said she had issues with her website and submitted several support tickets, only to either receive no help at all, or to end up talking to someone who only gave her excuses or generic responses.
Other Placester Reviews From Users Around the Web
Here are a few other resources for finding helpful Placester reviews from customers. We rated the review sites on a scale from poor to excellent based on how trustworthy and useful the reviews seemed.
|*Average rating as of date article was written: April 25, 2017|
How We Determined Quality of User Review Websites
- G2 Crowd has very detailed customer reviews from verified users.
- Active Rain is a review site that caters specifically to real estate agents.
- Featured Customers has verified reviews from current and previous users. However, you won’t be able to view all testimonials past their star ratings unless you offer your corporate email address.
(Ability to connect custom domain to your site)
(Unlimited emails, email templates, email campaigns, etc.)
(Reporting, insights, task management, etc.)
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If you’re not a NAR member, there are three other pricing options, which range from $150-$400+ per month. The price of the premium plan varies as it’s customized for every client’s needs so the company requires that you call for an official quotation.
Though email marketing, lead management, and CRM are included in all of the plans stated above, their level of functionality varies. Only the Premium and Premium Plus plans have advanced lead management capabilities which include lead source integrations and a leads index.
For any concerns, their customer service agents are available by phone Monday-Friday during regular office hours. You can send an email or refer to their customer support portal any other time outside of that.
Best Pricing Option
If you already have a fairly substantial network that you need to manage more efficiently, and if you want to monitor your progress better, you can start with the Essential Plan. You can make full use of the basic but already powerful tools without spending too much per month. If in the future you decide that you need to upgrade, you can do so any time. Or if you’re a NAR agent, it’s best to make use of the discount and apply for the $5 per month plan.