How are listings ordered on Allhomes?
When a user searches for property on Allhomes, listings in the search results appear in a structured order depending on the type of listing.
Allhomes does not offer listing upgrades. Agents can’t pay for upgrades to have their listings ranked higher in the search results, however, can purchase the 'Featured' product which will show listings in a section above the search results.
Listings on Allhomes appear in the following order:
Date and time order
If multiple auctions are on the same day, at the same time the listings not in any guaranteed order.
Expressions of Interest (EOI’s)
Closing Date order
Closing Date order
Lowest price first
If 2 listings are the same price they are ordered by date created - most recent first.
In order of date created - oldest first
The above is the default sort order. Property searchers can change the order to sort by price, listing age, inspection date, location A-Z, etc.
Can agents pay to have listings appear higher?
Allhomes does not offer listing upgrades. Agents can’t pay for upgrades to have their listings ranked higher in the search results, however, can purchase the Featured product which will show listings in a section above the search results.
Can agents purchase any products to enhance listings?
Agent’s can purchase products such as Featured or Top Spot. Featured listings will appear above the search results.
Featured Properties are shown in a separate carousel above the search results on the search results pages for locations where that product has been sold.
There can be up to 5 listings on the carousel.
Top Spot is similar, but is for the New Listings page.
Those carousels are separate from the search results and don't affect them, so featured and Top Spot listings will also appear in the regular search results with a ‘Featured’ or ‘Top Spot’ tag, but are otherwise the same as all other listings.
The ‘Featured’ tag will appear on any listing that is a Featured property for any suburb, even if your current search results don't trigger the carousel (due to being in a different suburb)