Today, the search for a new apartment rental starts online. Stand out from the competition in your city’s residential real estate rental market. Digimix designs award-winning websites for multifamily communities and apartment buildings. Creating a unique touchpoint between your brand and renters. Start delivering a personalized brand experience from the first Google search. Our real estate web design team is continually integrating the latest digital trends that will give your site the best design, user experience, security, and performance.

Neighborhood Guides for Apartment Marketing Websites

Show your renters the value of living in your multifamily community, beyond the floorplans and amenities. Custom neighborhood guides give both a map and magazine style pages, highlighting the best spots in the area. Show off your walkability score, nearby restaurants, shopping, and all your neighborhood has to offer.

Floor Plans Pages for Apartment Marketing Websites

Show all of the floorplans in your building on a stylish page designed for your brand. Visitors can filter floor plans by price range, bedrooms, bathrooms, and more. Connect your floor plan pages to your property management system or tour request form.

Custom WordPress Themes for Multifamily Communities

With modern WordPress themes and mobile-first design, Digimix custom WordPress websites for apartment buildings can generate about 25% more quality leads and a 50% increase in organic traffic than template websites offered by our competitors. Sell-out all of your units with best-in-class features that connect your brand with prospective renters.

Stock Photo Curation for Apartment Building Websites

Creative talent at Digimix will collaborate with your team to curate a unique collection of stock photography that reflects your brand. From the following demographic diversity requirements to brand color guidelines, we understand how to curate a collection of photography that resonates with your audience and investors. We’ll work with you to understand the vision … Continued