Accountant Marketplace

Purchase and Launch your Business in the Same Day.

This is not just another template. It is a fully functioning web application.

Accountant Marketplace template is one in a series of templates for service professionals to connect with employers.

It is fully responsive, equipped with payment system, extensive set of emails to communicate with users, fully functioning customer support email system and so much more.

The documentation includes over 35 pages outlining every detail of the app data types, option-sets, pages, reusable elements and backend workflows.

Additionally, there are 24 videos with more than 6 hours of run time outlining every page and reusable element as well as how to set up Stripe subscriptions.


• Landing Page
• Payment System
• Responsive Design
• Internal Messaging System
• Customer Support Email System
• App Owner Admin Dashboard
• Provider Search
• Employer Search
• Help-Center (68 Articles)
• Frictionless On-Boarding Flow
• User Admin Page
• Extensive Set of Email Communications
• Email Unsubscribe
• User Recommendations
• Email Verification
• Phone Verification
• Responsive Header
• Responsive Footer
• Over 25,000 USA cities & towns in D.B.

Check out the extensive Documentation at:

For video documentation please view the links on the documentation pages at the link above. All video links are provided in the corresponding page, option-set or reusable element area of the document.

For a quick video introduction to the app please view the videos at:

Sign Up / Subscribe / Edit Profile -

Landing Page / Footer -

App Owner Admin / Help Center -

Demonstration Log-In Credentials:

Demo-Provider: Email ( Password (demo)
Demo-Employer: Email ( Password (demo)
Application-Owner: Email ( Password (demo)

This template is sold “as is”. Any customizations would require the template purchaser to implement or the hiring of a freelancer. Template Provider does offer customization services. Any inquiries for customization services should be sent to

In the case of any bugs, please contact and a fix will be deployed ASAP. In the case of any bugs reported that are the responsibility of bubble, the template purchaser will need to coordinate with Bubble support.

Support for development and customizations is limited to the extensive documentation and videos provided.

An intermediate experience level of Bubble is recommended for users who wish to customize the template. A beginner Bubbler can purchase the template and launch a business in a single day without a need to customize the template.

Please note this is part of a series of freelancer service applications. The documentation and demonstration videos are of the HouseKeeper App, but all features and functions are the same.

The series of apps can be purchased and combined to create a ‘family of apps’ similar to the CareGuide family of apps, a multi-million dollar company.


Hi @boston85719, great work.
I noticed you implemented:

I am just cuourious what is your motivation behind this feature (and not proposing an API) as well as how did you get the list of cities and towns?

I didn’t propose an API because I didn’t want to spend the time trying to create an API or find a provider of an API with the data, which would probably cost money. The goal of the template is to provide as much functionality with as little after purchase spend as possible, so no paid plugins either.

I got the list of cities and towns from a website that had them available in the public domain. Took about 10 hours to get them all put together and uploaded to the database and add the related State Option Set to them.

After that it took a few days running backend workflow to add the geographic address of each to get the ability to use them in distance based searches. This took a few days because bubble rate limits you at 6 google api hits a minute until you add your own api keys.


@boston85719 This is a very lean and interesting approach. I also prefer not to use APIs if I can. As an example, in one project I need users to see each other in a certain radius based on their home addresses. It can be implemented via Google Maps API easily. As the home address is static data I get coordinates from Google Maps API at the user’s signup and store it in the DB. Then I do all the distance calculation without the API and the free tier is sufficient for this use case.

How can you do that? My understanding of the search filter using geographic addresses with a distance, is that it requires the use of the google api. Although I don’t fully understand it, as in my testing on page load it looks like there is no hit to the google api, but when a user subsequently changes their location search the google api gets hit.

When you have coordinates stored you can calculate the direct distance between to points using plugin Ultimate Toolkit.

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