Ireland-based property portal MyHome.ie has relaunched its website.
It says that the site now includes:
- An improved navigation bar
- Editorial content on its homepage
- Agent branding in the banner
- Larger premium ad cards with larger image displays
- Larger images on the brochure page, including the inclusion of videos and floor plans
- Clearer ad card presentation, imagery, text and layout
- Early performance indicators, such as enquiries, page views and property shares and saves
- More agent contact forms
- Land (residential, commercial and farmland) as a separate category on the homepage
Moreover, every property will appear on the homepage when it is first added to the site.
“It’s been a year in the making, and I’m so proud of the team in delivering a brand new site — fresher, faster, performing to the max — making the property search easier and better for users and agents,” said MyHome managing director Joanne Geary in a LinkedIn post.
Owned by The Irish Times newspaper since 2007, MyHome is the second most popular property portal in Ireland, behind Daft.ie, in which Oslo-based Adevinta has a 50% stake.
According to SimiliarWeb data, MyHome and Daft had an average of 2.4 million and 8.4 million monthly visits, respectively, during the three months to February.