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Frequently Asked Questions

What kinds of things should I consider when choosing a domain name?
Because your domain name will represent your real estate business, a general rule to follow is make sure that the name you choose is easy to spell, easy to remember and as short as possible, as well as appropriate to your business. It's a good idea for you to try to use .com or .net names, as those are the most commonly accepted and trusted by visitors to your real estate website. Also avoid using words the start and end with the same letter, which are easily mistyped by your potential visitors. (,


I picked out a domain name. How can I find out if it is available?

You can quickly check to see if a domain name is available by visiting Type in your domain name into the appropriate area (start a domain name search) and click 'Search.' You can find out if that name is currently available. If the domain name is already registered, you may want to try variations of the name.


If I already own a domain name, can I Transfer it to Agent Web Help? Yes, Domain names are easily transferable as long as you own the Domain name. Let us keep track of your registration dates, forwards, and services to ensure consistency of your online presence and online marketing efforts. Get all of your websites services under one roof!


Do you offer Private Registration?

Did you know that when you register a domain, your name, address, email address and phone number are immediately made available to anyone who wants to see them? Your personal information is exposed 24 hours a day, everyday, to anyone, anywhere. That's why we offer Private Domain Registration.

A Private "Unlisted" Registration protects you from:

  • Domain-related spam
  • Identity theft and fraud
  • Harassers, stalkers, and data miners
  • Privacy intrusions



Can I have more than one domain name? Can they both link to the same Web site?

Yes. You can have as many domain names as you like. You can have each domain name point to a different site, or you can have multiple domain names point to the same website. Registering multiple domain names for the same web site can help prevent competitors from poaching your potential customers. When picking multiple domain names-or aliases-for the same site, consider variations of your name such as common misspellings as well as both singular and plural versions of the name.


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