Estate agent website design

Browse some of our website designs for estate and lettings agents

web designEvery example we have of estate agent website design is named after a famous cyclist. You can explore our library of cyclist-inspired designs and some of our custom work, below, or you can create your own design for your website. If you choose this approach, you can use your own designer, engage us, or we would happily introduce you to one of our design partners. These are firms who have successfully created beautiful designs for estate agent websites using the Homeflow platform.

Any estate agent website design created for the Homeflow platform benefits from the full enterprise power and functionality of our system. This means you can take advantage of things like draw-a-map done properly, far more advanced SEO than regular agency sites, and ideas for trapping vendors more effectively.  You can read more in our resources section.

Gaggioli

Gaggioli

In the emerging ultra modern style of striped presentation for wide screens.  Full width letterbox photography.  Grid, List and Map result views.  Available with either full screen high-res property detail pages, or a more traditional property layout.

Some examples:

County Property (1 branch)
David Lee (2 branches)
Elite Property (2 branches)
Beresford Residential (2 branches)
Goundrys (2 branches)
Coppi

Coppi

Fausto Coppi won the Giro five times and the Tour twice, both sides of war. It’s fair to say he was one of the most versatile cyclists ever; climbing, time trials, sprinting, he did it all. That’s why we’ve dedicated this estate agent website design to him.  It has charm and character, but it’s ultra responsive, adapting with that same versatility, to phone, phablet, tablet, and desktop. Whilst clean, modern, and friendly, it’s also a site which gobbles up content, chunks it nicely, and guides the user through the articles in a lovely structured way. Plus it has just a touch of italian flair, with a sticky top menu, and “infinite scroll” on results lists. Forza Coppi!

The Coastal House (2 branches)
Michael Anthony (5 branches)
Rochard King (1 branch)
Lovett Residential (2 branches)
Sowerbys (7 branches)
Voeckler

Voeckler

Super luxurious, wide open breathing space.  Modern, full width design.  Big screen photography around content.  Traditional photography around property details.  Flat panel design throughout internally. A really modern and inspiring estate agent website design.

Seymours (15 branches)

Millerson (18 branches)

Simpson

Simpson

Simple clean, fully responsive design, suitable for smaller agencies wanting a high quality website, with good capacity for written content pages, and attention on the vendor use cases.

Eric Lloyd (2 branches)
Tates Estates (1 branch)

Swift

Swift

Stannard rode hard in the Ride London Surrey Challenge to launch his young Sky team mate, Ben Swift to victory, which was why we’ve named this theme after Swift. It’s inspired by the same bold open space of Stannard, yet it goes in different directions, notably it’s fully responsive, and it takes advantage of “infinite scroll”. Big and beautiful.

Hackney & Leigh (9 branches)
Green & Co (12 branches)

Galvez

Galvez

Fully responsive design shows a high end and well designed lay out shows Newton Fallowells professionalism and reflects their market.

Newton Fallowell (32 branches)

Batty

Batty

Batty is a Canadian cross-country mountain biker who is currently the Pan American Champion and was the silver medalist at the 2014 Commonwealth Games. This shows through the Winkworth website, as it is a champion website with super functionality as well as a classy high end design that reflects their market perfectly.

Winkworth (96 branches)

Storey

Storey

Storey is a very special, fully responsive design: this is the result of our exclusive partnership with the NAEA and ARLA. The design looks fantastic with its use of large imagery, and the various parallax effects offer very pleasing visual feedback to the user. But above all, if you’re a member of ARLA or the NAEA, you have access to a very substantial discount on this responsive theme.

Compass Property (1 branch)
Adams & Jones (2 branches)
Parker

Parker

Parker is a colourful, photography rich (integrated into framework of site) design layout.  Clients own in house marketing team are producing the design, but Parker (a rare homage to a true gentleman cyclist, not a pro) will also be coming available as a mainstream Homeflow theme too.  Highly responsive, right down to mobile device.  Modern, friendly, approachable.

DB Roberts (9 branches)

Lewis

Lewis

Clean, modern, highly responsive design, suitable for larger agencies or groups, minimal fuss, lots of content, capability for video, infinite scroll and more.  In design phase.

Peter Alan (28 branches)
PA Black (16 offices)
Wiggins

Wiggins

A powerful, rich design, capable of handling a lot of content.  Traditional, straight sided design, with a modern twist for the navigation bar.  Big panel menus and multiple promo slots on the homepage.  Strong logo and integrated search bar.

Some examples:

Stags (18 branches)
Masons (4 offices)
Indurain

Indurain

Ultra modern, yet very high attention to usability, and user journey testing.  Beautiful flat design, permanent search bar available throughout the site.  Luxurious use of white space.  Friendly and approachable.

Some examples:

Leaders (85 branches)
JSM Property (8 branches)
Allan and Bath (6 branches)
Perry Bishop (4 branches)
Jordan’s (6 branches)
Thomas

Thomas

Funky modern design.  With translucent navigation and search panels.  Background photography repeating the focus foreground.  Many interaction model effects, yet holding together the site with a consistent sense of purpose.

Whitton Laing (3 branches)
Martin

Martin

Ultra modern.  Fully responsive site design for this 33 branch network in Devon and Cornwall.  Following the modern stripe layout.  Large scale photography, and extensive powerful use of video throughout.  Lots of white space for a feeling of luxury and calm, easy usability.

Bradleys (33 branches)
Cipollini

Cipollini

Mario Cipollini, often abbreviated to “Cipo”, is a retired Italian professional road cyclist most noted for his sprinting ability, the longevity of his dominance and his colourful personality. This website shows those exact principals in colourful personality highlighting the Dartmouth waterside as well as dominance in branding and functionality.

Marchand Petit (9 branches) 

Nibali

Nibali

Vincenzo Nibali is an ultra reliable multi-stage racing powerhouse.  He’s won all 3 of the Grand Tours.  This design is an exercise in simplicity containing power under the bonnet.  The new trend in sites is to have them packed with content, and running a full-on content marketing engine / strategy, but to have that wealth of engagement content hidden in a very simple frame.  And that’s what Nibali is all about.

Heywoods (1 branch) 

Quintana

Quintana

Modern design, mixing the popular striped, full width design, with a metro-style square tiles approach in the body.  Very photography focused across content and search areas.  Yet retaining a traditional property details page layout for ease of integration with varied photographs.

Riverhomes (3 branches)
Nolan

Nolan

Packed with all our cutting edge functionality – and a special focus on area guide content, and mapping / map based searching.  Premium branding / quality site.  Razor cool design – in wireframing stage.

Karl Tatler (7 branches) 

Hatch

Hatch

In the emerging ultra modern style of striped presentation for wide screens.  Full width letterbox photography.  Grid, List and Map result views.  Available with either full screen high-res property detail pages, or a more traditional property layout.

Some examples:

Village Properties (1 branch)
Martin Flashman (2 branches)
Latimer (1 branch)
Edward Knight (1 branch)
Newmans (1 branch)
Lane and Bennetts (2 branches)
Bartali

Bartali

Bartali brings you class and elegance.  The design itself is composed, and relatively traditional.  Straight sided.  But the feeling is kept modern with a central, full width carousel for properties or stories.  And the quality shines through in the detailing of the page furniture.  Perma search throughout.

Some examples:

Camerons Stiff (2 branches)
Homecastle (1 branch)
Contador

Contador

Contador had spirit.  So here we have a high impact, full screen photograph to set the pace from the outset.  Simple search, and promo panels in the middle.  Modern translucency, under working area of the site.

Some examples:

Oakleaf Homes (28 branches)
Spark and Sons (1 branch)
AC Property (1 branch)
Cavendish

Cavendish

Straight forward, high usability design.  Strong bold header, with permanent search bar available throughout the site. Clear central carousel.  Staff profiles and exposed response forms throughout.

Some examples:

Hall and Benson (8 branches)
Atwell Martin (5 branches)
Pendleton

Pendleton

A modern design, but with an original twist; breaking the mould slightly with a left hand navigation column, in a world which has moved to horizontal navigation.  Strong usability in the permanent search bar integrated into the header.  Big panel roll over navigation.

Some examples:

Fitzgibbon (3 branches)
Galloways (1 branch)
Holmes Estates (1 branch)
John V Story (1 branch)
Hoy

Hoy

Hoy rode single speed, fixed gear bikes to Olympic success, again and again.  No fuss, just raw power.  So it’s appropriate that our eponymous web design is big, bold, clear, simple and strong.  Plenty of white breathing space.  All the power of our staff profile functionality.  With no fuss.  Simplicity, and clarity throughout.

Some examples:

Lednor (1 branch)
Thompsons (1 branch)
Trundlewood (1 branch)

 

 

Merckx

Merckx

Merckx didn’t take any prisoners.  So here’s a straightforward, no nonsense website.  Strong header, clear navigation, and a 3 column body.

Some examples:

Anthony Hamilton (1 branch)
Hinault

Hinault

Hinault rode races straight and hard.  He took no prisoners.  So it’s appropriate he gave his name to this traditional layout website, with simple search entry point in header, horizontal navigation, a big bold carousel, and plenty of promo slots for your departments.

Some examples:

Hackett Estates (1 branch)