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Welcome to zBest Property Manager™ Demo Site

A fully functioning demonstration site showcasing the many capabilities
of the zBest Property Manager™ Real Estate Platform.


Download zBest Property Manager™ Platform

Getting Started

zBest Property Manager™ uses Umbraco's CMS framework for easy desiging and development. Due to it's complexity, the download is a complete package and not an installable add on via Umbraco's back office. zBest Property Manager™ opens in Development Mode with development data so that you can begin coding right away!

The login for the backoffice is:

  • Login: partners@zbestdata.com
  • Password: UmbracoRocks1!

What you need to know about getting MLS data

Real Estate is data driven industry who's listing data is maintained and regulated by the MLS's. Each MLS is independent of one other, with each having their own set rules, requirements and Board of Directors

Though listings can be hand entered, most agent's are going to need their listings provided to them by their MLS. Data is delivered by one of 2 processes . . . known as RETS or MATRIX. All processing of MLS data is managed by zBest Data and delivered to zBest Property Manager™ via API. Before access to MLS data can be granted, each agent must first get approval from their MLS(this is a requriement by the MLS's, not zBest Data). Depending upon the MLS, getting approval can take anywhere from a day to a couple weeks. No worries however! We will help you with this process to get their data up and running as a soon as possible.


Open Source Licensing is currently under review

Guidlines for Success

Drag and Drop Controls

Controls used within the same class will work together. Crossing classes (unless an Umbraco Control or otherwise specified) will not.

Coded Pages are part of the Framework

Coded pages are part of the framework and should not be deleted or changed(except for layout)

Making files available in the Back Office

“Rules” were broken in order to make files available in Umbraco’s Backoffice
  • Json, xml and others were renamed to .cshtml
  • Most files were moved under the Partial Views folder