PropertyWebBuilder is a toolkit for creating real estate websites. Out of the box you get a fully functional website that allows you to manage properties available for sale or rent through the intuitive admin panel. It comes with great search functionality which allows users to search for properties by multiple criteria. The look and feel can be modified by adjusting colours, fonts, images etc. It also acts as a CMS to allow the management of content relevant to your business.
PropertyWebBuilder alternatives and similar gems
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9.2 3.6 L5 PropertyWebBuilder VS Refinery CMSAn extendable Ruby on Rails CMS that supports Rails 6.0+
ComfortableMexicanSofa is a powerful Ruby on Rails 5.2+ CMS (Content Management System) Engine
8.4 4.7 L5 PropertyWebBuilder VS LocomotiveCMSA platform to create, publish and edit sites
7.7 0.7 L4 PropertyWebBuilder VS RadiantRadiant is a no-fluff, open source content management system designed for small teams.
5.5 3.6 L5 PropertyWebBuilder VS StorytimeStorytime is a Rails 4+ CMS and blogging engine, with a core focus on content. It is built and maintained by @cultivatelabs
3.5 0.0 L5 PropertyWebBuilder VS PushTypePushType is a modern, open source content management system for Ruby on Rails.
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October 2020 update!
Great news - I have rewritten PropertyWebBuilder with a bunch of new features!!! Right now it is in a private repo but if you want early access or to be notified when it becomes publicly available feel free to reach out to me.
You can read more about it here:
This project has been created to address a glaring gap in the rails ecosystem: the lack of an open source project for real estate websites.
The result is that WordPress has become the dominant tool for creating real estate websites. This is far from ideal and PropertyWebBuilder seeks to address this.
Read more about this here: http://propertywebbuilder.com
You can try out a demo at https://propertywebbuilder.herokuapp.com
To see the admin panel, login as user [email protected] with a password of "pwb123456".
You can see an example of a production site created with PropertyWebBuilder here:
Create your own real estate website with no technical knowledge
The simplest way to create a website with PropertyWebBuilder is to use Heroku, a trusted service provider which has a free plan that you can use.
Just sign up for Heroku, click the button below and in a few minutes your site will be ready
You may be asked for credit card details when you create an account but you will not be charged for creating and trying the website. You will only need to pay if you upgrade the service. Here is a video about how to deploy to heroku:
Install as a standalone site
PWB has been designed to be included as an engine in an existing Ruby on Rails app. In this repo I have a Ruby on Rails app that includes PWB.
As the name suggests, the project can be deployed to heroku but it can also be installed locally as follows:
git clone https://github.com/etewiah/pwb-for-heroku.git cd pwb-for-heroku rails db:create rails db:migrate rails pwb:db:seed rails pwb:db:seed_pages
Installation within an existing Rails app
Install into an existing Rails project by adding these lines in your applications's Gemfile:
gem 'pwb', git: 'https://github.com/etewiah/property_web_builder', branch: 'master' gem 'globalize', git: 'https://github.com/globalize/globalize' gem 'paloma', github: 'fredngo/paloma'
Also, be sure to use Postgres as your database (by having the "pg" gem and Postgres installed locally - version 9.5 or above) And then execute:
Mount the PropertyWebBuilder by adding the following to your routes.rb file:
mount Pwb::Engine => '/'
and run the ff commands from the console:
rails pwb:install:migrations rails db:create rails db:migrate rails pwb:db:seed rails pwb:db:seed_pages
PropertyWebBuilder runs with Rails '>= 5.1.0'
PropertyWebBuilder runs with Ruby >= 2.0.0.
- Powerful search component
- Fully featured admin panel
- Google maps integration
- Customisable look and feel
- Easily extendable
- Search engine friendly
- Mobile friendly responsive layout
- Fully open source
These are some features I plan to add over the coming months. If there is something you need which is not on the list, please let me know. I am also interested in knowing which of these features I should prioritize.
- More languages
- More themes
- Mobile app (iOS and android)
- RETS support (to allow synchronizing MLS content)
- Integration with third party apps such as Insightly and Basecamp
- Full calendering functionality for rental properties
- Ability to import WordPress blogs
- Neighbourhood information from Zillow API
- Instant price conversions into other currencies
Contribute and spread the love
We encourage you to contribute to this project and file issues for any problems you encounter.
Please consider making a contribution to the development of PropertyWebBuilder. If you wish to pay for specific enhancements, please email me directly (opensource at propertywebbuilder.com).
I would like PropertyWebBuilder to be available in as many languages as possible so any help with translations will be much appreciated. A basic Spanish version of this document can be found here: https://github.com/etewiah/property_web_builder/blob/master/README_es.md
For instructions on how to add a new language, please see: https://github.com/etewiah/property_web_builder/wiki/Adding-translations-for-a-new-language
Thanks to the awesome Locale contributing to the translations is super easy!
- Edit the translations directly on the property_web_builder project on Locale.
- That's it!
- The maintainer will then pull translations from the Locale project and push to Github. -->
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The gem is available as open source under the terms of the MIT License.
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