Wordpress real estate plugin for adding nearby homes for sale search to posts and pages

Wordpress Real Estate Plugin by RealBird

Add your interactive, private labeled RealBird Property Map Search app to your Wordpress posts and pages

RealBird Wordpress Real Estate Plugin

Location Aware, Nearby Homes For Sale Map-search For Your Wordpress Blog

Most real estate blog posts have some sort of location context. Whether it's a market report or property advertising post or an announcement of a local event, you most likely will have a reference to your real estate market. The RealBird Wordpress plugin makes it super easy to add an interactive map-based home search widget to the footer of these blog posts showing properties for sale within the geographic context of your article.

How does it work?

Every time you write new blog posts or update existing ones, the RealBird plugin will provide you with an option to add a location. It can be a city, a zip code or an exact address, depending on the context of your post.

When you save the post (or page), the RealBird plugin will automatically geocode the location you entered and it will automatically include your private labeled RealBird Map-based Search in the post footer, centered to the place you selected.


  1. The plugin is available for RealBird PRO members
  2. Available for real estate agents and brokers in the USA
  3. Self-hosted Wordpress version 3.0 or later is required

Coverage and Pricing

Only $15/month for unlimited listings
With an annual membership. Or only $30/month with month-to-month.

The RealBird service is available to real estate agents and brokers in the USA, Canada.


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Elva Branson-Lee, Solid Source Realty GA Lake City, GA
"Before I invested in RealBird, I was only generating leads to handle as a single listing agent. Once I joined Realbird Pro, my lead count increased dramatically and so did my need to build a team of buyers agents to service all the new prospects."

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