Judi-If you're evaluating IDX providers, here is a link with a bunch of great feedback in the comments about some of the best idx providers out there - http://www.geekestateblog.com/the-best-idx-solutions-on-the-market/
I'm with Joan. The people that think every American's dream is to own a home are dead wrong.In fact, I just wrote a post about this topic a few days ago.
William, I'd recommend removing some of your navigation items. It's confusing to the user to have so many options taking up 1/2 of the above the fold space on the page.
I don't think so currently, but hope Zillow builds an API for reviews. I think your question proves there are people out there who would use it :)
Make sure to differentiate an IDX and the website. They are two separate things. IDX broker is primarily an IDX vendor that has a wordpress plugin, but not an actual website provider.There are a whole range of wordpress options - everything from the do it yourself site that will cost you less than $25 to a $20,000+ full custom site. You need to define what your budget is before really answering this. I wrote an overview of the various options here.
Check out Darin Persinger. productivityjunkies.comHe's a straight shooter. He's been a friend of mine for a couple years now, but I have no vested interest in his business or make any money by referring someone to him.
In short - not going to happen anytime soon. Here's one post you may want to read on the topic.
There is no one answer to that question. There are way too many variables when developing for a blanket answer. What are you trying to do with them? In what coding language? I'd recommend seeking a development shop to help you.Here is one example that my friend built.
As of two years ago when I worked there...it was against the zillow terms and conditions to iframe in a site. Im doubtful they've changed that policy.Instead, just link to them using co-branding - http://www.zillow.com/cobrand/
You can't get for sale data from the APIs. See this news - http://www.geekwire.com/2012/zillow-discontinues-listing-feed-redfin-crazy-decision