IDX Search Filters


Showcase IDX search starts off simple then reveals more useful advanced options than any other IDX on the market. It is familiar enough that the average internet user will immediately know what to do, but powerful enough that you'll have a sizable advantage over portals that only allow users to search for the basics.

Location Search

Search for cities, ZIP codes, subdivisions, streets, buildings, or addresses with top result previews.

Flexible Price Fields

The price field is flexible, so the default price options can be adjusted to be higher or lower based on your market.

Listing Types

We give consumers the ability to choose exactly which listing types they want to search for. The options are set by you.

Property Types

We let consumers choose from all the available property types that we can get from the MLS.

School Search

Consumers can search by school district, elementary school, middle school, or high school, depending on available MLS data.

Year Built

Consumers can search for for homes built in individual years or ranges of years.

Days Online

Searches can be filtered by the exact number of days a listing has been online or a range.

Lot Size

Buyers can search for ranges of lot sizes in acres… from small city lots to massive rural lots.

Interior Area

Consumers can search within a square footage range, by typing exact numbers or selecting from a list.

Listing Status

Users can search by listing status. Agents have full control over which statuses are displayed.


Sometimes, you just need to look up a listing by MLS number. We’ve made it very easy to do that.

Price Change

We provide the ability to search for listings with price changes within a certain timeframe.

HOA Fees

More and more people are moving into communities with HOA fees, so our search includes this information.

Open Houses

Consumers can find upcoming open houses posted in the MLS during the next week or view all upcoming open houses.

General Features

The features users can search by vary from MLS to MLS, but include Style, Sewer, Basement, Construction Status, Interior Features, Boat House, Lot, Energy, Stories, Special Considerations, View, Road, Parking, and more.

Interior Features

The interior features users can search by vary from MLS to MLS, but examples include Heating, Cooling, Flooring, Rooms, Bedroom, Interior, Fireplaces, Kitchen, Master Bath, Equipment, Kitchen Layout, and more.

Exterior Features

The exterior features users can search by vary from MLS to MLS, but examples include Construction, Roof, Waterfront, Lot, Pool, Exterior, and more.

Community Features

The community features users can search by vary from MLS to MLS, but examples include Amenities, Pet Restrictions, Annual Association Fees, Lake, and more.