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In this version we can publish property only from the name of agent working for some company registered in the system.
We have another two types of sellers:
1. Self employed agents;
2. Property owners.
These two categories of people can't registered in the system and publish in the listing they objects of property without connecting them to some registered company.
A lot of people, especially with not expensive property try to avoid extra expenses from estate agents, which charge valuable amount to sell and especially, to rent property.
In Greece these vultures charge one monthly rent as from landlord, as well one from tenant!!!
I suppose it's very minor changes will need.
Just do Company non obligatory field, but activated after choose Company in drop down menu in extra field Agent type with drop down menu... Company, Agent, Owner.
So we can attract more people to publish they own property for peanuts.
It sounds like you want to create a property portal where people can list their own properties. Check out Akeeba Subscriptions and the plugin for IProperty. (Yes, I know Akeeba is no longer supporting this product but it is still being actively developed and is a great tool).
When you have this product configured properly you can let end users create an account on your Joomla site, pay for (or be given free) an IProperty subscription, which will create their own company and agent that they can then use to manage listings from the front end.
Tim, as I said, most of the property owners are lazy and not educated. If I offer them this procedure, they will have a brain explosion and they will never come back to my site ))))
This is biggest mistake of IT specialists, they suppose that most of people have little bit less knowledge as they )))) ... 99% of users know only how to press buttons.
I suppose that this form is very user's friendly and simple, especially for owners with zero knowledge.
No need any registration, only Captcha as a protection from robots and I agree with terms and conditions.
Designed for donkey ))))
As I said above, Akeeba Subscriptions is not supported any more, but it is still actively developed and can be downloaded here:
As for the difficulty, I don't understand your objection-- a new owner who wishes to list a property must first create an account on your site via the Joomla user signup page. Akeeba Subs plugs into this and allows you to let users have a FREE account, or you can charge for an account, it's up to you.
Once they have a user / subscription, they can use the normal IP manage link to add / manage their properties. I don't see how this is too difficult.
>>Our friends at Akeeba Subscriptions and AEC Membership Management have a solution! IProperty subscriptions integration!
Can you please ask your friend Akeeba to provide tutorial for Akeeba Subscription and were disappear com_ats component.
I have created levers and subscriber but during creation for each save I see this message and on the page I see only titles of modules
I understand, that this is not your product, but if your suggest it, please help to start it