Quick Searches

We offer a quick search that allows users to search by:

  • Property Type
  • Location
  • Min Price
  • Max Price

Additionally there is a button that will take someone directly to the advanced search page to further pare down their criteria. Their choices are persistent, so clicking the "Filters" button will bring anything they have already filled out to the search page.

About The Location Input

The location input searches several fields at once. The most common search fields that are included in the location input are:

  • MLS ID
  • City
  • Address
  • County
  • Zip

Additional fields are available on a per board basis. This includes, but is not limited to, condo, subdivision, and area.

Adding Quick Search

Our quick search comes in one style that is responsive out of the box.

<script src="//" id="XSuK" type="text/javascript" async></script>

 Advanced Options

Each field can be hidden if desired. Add the variable "hidefields" and add the field or fields you'd like to hide. If there are multiple fields, separate them by commas.

Valid options for hidefields:

  • property_class
  • omni
  • min_price
  • max_price
  • more_filters

Below are two examples that hide one and two fields. Please note that hiding fields automatically restructures the quick search styles based on the remaining fields. 

<script src="//" id="XSuK" type="text/javascript" async></script>

<script src="//,more_filters" id="XSuK" type="text/javascript" async></script>

Default Search

If you set a saved search as your default search, it will carry over to the quick search. For example, if your site focuses on condos, you might want to set up a default search that pre-selects the condo class, and then hide the property_class option on your quick search.

Type and Go

There is one additional option for the quick search, and that's if you want a visitor to be able to simply type in one search item (city, zip, etc) they want and hit "enter". This will look very similar to the main quick search with all fields except the omni box hidden. The only exception is that the visitor will only be able to search on 1 item instead of multiple.

<script src="//" id="XSuK" type="text/javascript" async></script>

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