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Does your business have a specific need that cannot be met by an off-the-shelf application? Want to leverage your MLS listing data to create a customized feature for your website visitors? WolfNet® has specialized in custom application development for our clients since 1996. If you can define your need, we can create the application that’s right for you.


Streamline print ads - Dynamically create newspaper or magazine ads using agent and listing data already available.


Listing slideshows - Let WolfNet® create presentations for your office or web site. These automated shows dynamically pull listings from your IDX search to showcase listing information, photos and the listing agents in slideshow format. Display on your website, or on a monitor in your office.


Data merging - Automatically export lead data captured on your IDX solution into a 3rd party contact manager.


Data tools - Want to leverage your listing data to fuel other functions and applications? Tired of entering your listing data multiple times? Let WolfNet® streamline your data applications from one vendor.


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