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Example Interest Rates: Home Loan Variable: 5.69% (5.89%*) • Home Loan Fixed: 5.48% (6.24%*) • Fixed: 5.48% (6.24%*) • Variable: 5.69% (5.89%*) • Investment IO: 5.74% (6.40%*) • Investment PI: 5.49% (6.27%*)

The Purpose of the Streets Module

The single most significant change we've introduced to our website framework in the last few years is the inclusion of full-featured Property Listings. The module will make its way out of a lengthy Beta sometime soon and find its way into our standard website and Elementor plugins. The Property module is significant and unique in that the effectiveness of the rendered widgets are supported by around 30 of our own APIs retuning data of various types. It's *very* cool. As part of this API architecture we required the inclusion of address and spatial property data, and most of this information (around 16-million pages) was all built directly into your website.

The 'Streets' module shapes itself into a property matrix that has ridiculous value when the pages are leveraged as intended. The problem is that the module is not quite ready for a true production environment. To avoid having the same conversation over and over, we've updated our website with a short introduction.

In short, the pages are designed to render a page that will return an option to deliver a property report (based on data obtained via third-party sources), and it gives us scope to return property listings, analytics, historical data, and other information relevant to the address. When you understand how and why the module will be developed, the early naked framework will make a little more sense.

https://www.beliefmedia.com.au/website-streets-module

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