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This feels like a pattern that's been worked out.

The 'Refine' button, which apparently just applies the effect of checking boxes, seems like an unnecessary step. The ecommerce convention has become that checking a box to refine, has an instant effect on the visible search results. If I check the $100-1000 box, all other properties are removed.

In cases where you have more options in a category than works visually, you can hide others, and slide have them expand open on request.

The order of the lists, and which parts of them are visible, should be decided on in the context of your users' goals, and any usage data you have.

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This feels like a pattern that's been worked out.

The 'Refine' button, which apparently just applies the effect of checking boxes, seems like an unnecessary step. The ecommerce convention has become that checking a box to refine, has an instant effect on the visible search results. If I check the $100-1000 box, all other properties are removed.

In cases where you have more options in a category than works visually, you can hide others, and slide have them expand open on request.

The order of the lists, and which parts of them are visible, should be decided on in the context of your users' goals, and any usage data you have.

mockup

download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups

This feels like a pattern that's been worked out.

The 'Refine' button, which apparently just applies the effect of checking boxes, seems like an unnecessary step. The ecommerce convention has become that checking a box to refine, has an instant effect on the visible search results. If I check the $100-1000 box, all other properties are removed.

In cases where you have more options in a category than works visually, you can hide others, and have them expand open on request.

The order of the lists, and which parts of them are visible, should be decided on in the context of your users' goals, and any usage data you have.

mockup

download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups

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This feels like a pattern that's been worked out.

The 'Refine' button, which apparently just applies the effect of checking boxes, seems like an unnecessary step. The ecommerce convention has become that checking a box to refine, has an instant effect on the visible search results. If I check the $100-1000 box, all other properties are removed.

In cases where you have more options in a category than works visually, you can hide others, and slide have them expand open on request.

The order of the lists, and which parts of them are visible, should be decided on in the context of your users' goals, and any usage data you have.

mockup

download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups