The whole point of a CMS is to be able to edit and manage your website without developers. Unlike stock templates, you're not "stuck" with a pre-defined position for everything until your next "redesign".
This light filled unit has bay windows and hardwood floors throughout and a large walk-in closet. Separate kitchen has tile flooring, granite counters and 4-burner gas range. Bathroom has tile floors and tile surround shower of the tub. Owner pays: Water, garbage and heat. Sorry, no pets.
This centrally located building is stumbling distance from the city's best bars, restaurants, and clubs in Union Square, Market Street, and myriad other locations. It's a classic mid-rise, featuring hardwood floors, new appliances.
The above example uses the Builder, which follows ours custom style for our brand. With your company, it would use your fonts, colors and branding. Microsites are a great way to get a custom-style, simple site with the power of the visual Page Builder. However, it's important to keep in mind that they are meant to be 1-3 page scrolling websites. Creating an individual page for each listing by-hand would require you or an employee taking the time to expand your microsite into a more traditional website, with a page for each listing. This may work fine if you have very few listings, but, we highly recommend a more robust web application meant for search directories as a much more practical appropach to any more than a small handful of items.