The Search feature is designed to be flexible enough to support the variety of tasks you may need to complete during your workday.
The following scenarios show some ways you can use your search results:
- You recently sold a house in a particular neighborhood and want to follow-up with a marketing mailing to the neighbors. Using a search you can find the neighboring properties and quickly generate mailing labels from your Search Results Grid.
- You are interested in finding out more about a known property and its location. You can run a single property search to view information directly on the Search Results Grid using the standard columns, and then add any additional data columns you are interested in. You can even see on the Map where the property is located, what’s nearby, and what the area is like. And, if you find the property might interest a client, you can easily email the property information to them right from the Search Results Grid.
- You would like to analyze data internally at your office. You can run your search and then print or export the data directly from the Search Results Grid.
Specific ways you can work with your search results are covered in the sections that follow, including:
- Viewing Properties on the Search Results Grid
- Emailing Search Results
- Printing Search Results
- Creating Mailing Labels
- Exporting Search Results
You can also view your results on the Map and enhance your search results through the Map tools and you can view reports on selected properties. To learn how, refer to: