These two headings are so immediately visible on the home page that you can use them to re-clarify the function of the site, y`know?
The site seems to load slow, but I tend to see this with real-estate sites in general. Probably a combination of the many photos and the external connections, I don`t know. But it`d be nice if you could make it "pop" a bit faster and more crisply. If not, it`s not that big a deal. I`m just commenting. :-)
I did a search for a bungalow in Marbella, and had to wait over a minute just to be told that there weren`t any results. That`s a bit annoying, and speaks to the speed issues.
Then I clicked on the Help/FAQ and had a "connection re-set" error. Not sure what that`s all about. I hit "Try Again" and got the page. However, this is a bit silly:
Looking for help?
Take a look at our frequently asked questions below, if you need further help see our details help page here
:-D Obviously I`m looking for help, or I wouldn`t have clicked the link for "Help." Right? Why not change it slightly: Remove the lead-in heading, and just use the content:
Please take a moment to look at our most frequently asked questions. If you still need assistance, feel free to contact us.
Make the "contact us" a link to your Contact page. I`m assuming the types of people you`re reaching out to are fairly wealthy. They`re likely not stupid, so it`s the minor details of language that sometimes can come across patronizing. I know it`s not intentional, but I noticed.
Since you`re a realty company, I`d also suggest that on your Contact page you have some hard phone numbers and address information. To only see things via email seems a bit suspicious at first glance.
After perusing the left index, I found another "Help" button. But that was about how to get started registering. Very confusing. Why not just use the content on that page as your main content for the "Register" page? And leave the "Help/FAQ" page for getting assistance from customer service?
All in all, a pretty decent site. I don`t know where any of these properties are located, but I did certainly get the feeling that they`re in Europe somewhere, and on a beach kind of place. :-)