HorseShark.com, the online horse property marketplace, has redesigned its homepage to allow equestrian property buyers one-click access to the complete text of every listing. The new design, which was launched last Sunday, is now live at the horseshark.com Internet address.
Links to all horse farm for sale listings may now be accessed via a text link on the right-hand side of the homepage, under the New Listings heading. In addition, the website has increased the number of properties whose photos are showcased on the homepage.
Properties now listed on HorseShark.com include equestrian residences in Colorado, Florida, and Tennessee. Photos currently featured on the homepage include a fifteen acre property near Nashville, Tennessee; and a ten acre horse farm near Tampa, Florida.
SharkPage, the company that publishes HorseShark.com, is evaluating the new format for possible rollout to its other rural real estate sites, including RanchShark.com, FarmShark.com, and EstateShark.com.
Property descriptions on HorseShark.com are provided by listing agents, brokers, and/or principals, and while deemed reliable, are not guaranteed, and should be independently verified by interested parties.
HorseShark.com is the online horse property marketplace. Founded in 2002, HorseShark.com is available free of charge.
HorseShark.com is owned by SharkPage, a privately held company based in Palo Alto, California. SharkPage also publishes EstateShark.com, FarmShark.com, and RanchShark.com. EstateShark, FarmShark, HorseShark, RanchShark, and SharkPage are trademarks of SharkPage.