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Prime Mortgage Works

The Story

Desktop - Tablet - Smartphone Optimized by Radar Hill

Prime Mortgage Works has been our client since 2004 when we first designed their website. After 8 years it was definitely time for a redesign to refresh their look and take advantage of the new technologies. One of those new technologies we employed was responsive website design. can be viewed optimally on any device — smart phone, tablet, desktop or laptop — take a look! Callum also has the ability to change all of the website content using Radar Hill's Pyramid Content Management System (CMS), including his mortgage rates which are updated regularly.

This is a perfect example of a great client with a great website — they requested modern, responsive design that will look great on all devices, and Callum also attended our workshops on social media and Google Places in order to learn how to best represent his company online. The end result is a stylish, helpful site with useful mortgage tools that lets Victoria know how great their mortgage services are!

Interesting Features

  • Customizable meta tags
  • Full content management system
  • Image hosting and management
  • Document hosting and management
  • Social network integration
  • Responsive mobile site design
  • Widget implementation
  • Custom jQuery
  • SEO site content tailoring

Callum Greig, Owner, Prime Mortgage Works

When it came to taking my website from the dark ages to modern day (and some) Radar Hill more than exceeded my expectations. They took the time to understand my business and what was not only important to me as an owner but took on the role of the client to make the site effective and scaleable. They continue to support my business well after the fact with their FREE Information Seminars which keep my staff and I up on the latest changes in the industry. I highly recommend using Radar Hill for all your website needs.

Tags: content management system, custom web design, real estate websites, responsive web design

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