Single property

All information about the property is divided into several tabs:

Figure 3.8. Property sections

Property sections

General description

Contains general information on the property (reference number, title, price etc etc)

Details

Contains details of the property (surface, rooms, year built, etc. etc.)

Automatic Search

Perform some automated search to automatically found customers that could be interested in this property.

Position

Contains the location of the property and the map of Google map for precise positioning

Images

Complete list of images associated to the property

Owners

List of property owners and management

Agenda

View all the events that are linked to this property, you can have more information about this feature in this page.

[Note]Note

This feature is available inside the Professional version of Domus Organizer

Property - General description

[Note]Multi language support

Multi language support (property title and description translation) is available on PRO version only.

For further info and correct configuration, please take a look at the related entry inside the manual

Figure 3.9. Property general info

Property general info

1. Reference

It's the identification number of the property, it can be a combination of numbers or letters. Must be unique.

2. Type

The type of the property. New types can be added and managed through the system tables

3. Category

Property category; each element can be associated with only one category.

4. Title

Title of the property, although not obligatory, you should always put in since it's used used to generate more readable and attractive urls to the search engines (SEF url)

5. Internal publishing

With this field you can manage the internal publication: when a property is no longer available (rented, assignment expired etc. etc.), simply edit this field to to prevent the property from appearing on internal search results.

Of course, a property not available internally will not be visible in the public area.

6. Show complete address options

Inside component params you can decide when showing the complete address of a property and its marker on the map. However, here you can override this settings for every element, so you'll be able to show (or hide) the complete address for some properties only.

7. Start/End position

Start/End position date

8. Price

The asking price for the property. Always enter this value, even in the case of private treaty (in this case remember to tick the flag just below), as used in the searches by price. Domus Organizer will be responsible for show / hide it as needed.

The field Price min refers instead to the threshold beyond which the owner does not want to get off.

9. Surface

Property surface

10. Additional options

In this box there are some additional options for the property:

  • Negotiable Indicates whether the property price is negotiable or not

  • Private treaty By checking this field, the price of the property will become invisible in the public area. In public searches by price range, in addition, the property will be always included in search results (the user can not know its real value)

  • Exclusive Indicates whether the property has been entrusted exclusively to the estate agency

  • Publish on site Is the property visible from the public?

  • Hot Is the property hot?

11. Public description

Text visible in the public description of the property, you can insert HTML

12. Internal notes

Internal memos not publicly visible.

13. Metadescription

Text used for the meta description of the page, presented by search engines results list.

If left empty, Domus Organizer will create one automatically using these fields: Town, District, Category, Type.

Agents assigned to properties
[Important]Important

This feature is available only inside the professional version of Domus Organizer

Inside Domus Organizer you can assign an agent to every property: in this way, in the public area, agent details will be published, too.

Figure 3.10. Agents assigned to properties

Agents assigned to properties
Agents assigned to properties

Moreover, if configured in such way, you can redirect contact emails directly to the assigned user instead of the agency. Anyway, the agency will get a copy of the sent message, telling who's handling the request.

[Important]Assigned agent and ACL

Please note that this won't alter any agent action. This is just a nice reminder for your site visitors, so they will know who they should contact if they are interested with a property.

For a full explanation of the ACL settings, please read this section.