How can I use the Neighbourhood Comparable Report?

The Neighbourhood Comparable Report can give you insight into how much properties are selling for in the immediate area. You can also take a look into the demographic data to learn who is living in a specific neighbourhood. This report helps real estate professionals rule out undesirable areas and enables…

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What is included in the neighbourhood information?

Neighbourhood Sales provides you with information that will help you impress your clients. Neighbourhood information includes: 1. Neighbourhood Sales Comparables – This will provide you with comparable sales in the neighbourhood where the subject property is located. This data will help you determine/establish a value for the property. 2. Demographic…

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What is included in the Sales History data?

The sales history data includes all public and private sales, including For Sale By Owner (FSBOS). In the sales history data you will find the: 1. Sale Date – The date which the sale took effect. 2. Sale Amount – The sale amount of the transfer. 3. Party To –…

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What is included in Property Assessment data?

The MPAC Property Assessment data includes: 1. The Assessment Roll Number (ARN) – This is a unique 15 digit identification number that MPAC assigns to each and every property it assesses. The MPAC property assessed value and mill rate are used by Municipalities to determine the amount of annual property…

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How do you acquire information on a property?

You can acquire information on a property by performing a search and then reviewing: The Property Details Information The Neighbourhood Sales Information The Neighbourhood Demographics Information You can acquire additional information about a property and its owners through supplementary searches, reports and images that can be purchased in the GeoWarehouse…

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What data is included in the Land Registry Database?

The Land Registry database contains a vast array of information including: PIN number – The Property Identification Number (PIN) is a 9 digit number assigned by the land registry system to each property. Land Registry Status – The Land Registry status confirms whether the property is active or inactive. The…

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How can you ensure that your search criteria is complete?

When you gather information from your client, make sure you gather complete information and record all of the information accurately. If you suspect that you have inaccurate information, try using different search criteria. For example, if you think you have the wrong house number, try searching by an address range…

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What are the most common reasons that a search does not produce a result?

Results are directly related to the accuracy of the search. If there is a misspelled name, incorrect address, incorrect LRO, other missing or incorrect information, you may not receive the information you require. To improve your chances of getting the result you need, try starting your search with as much…

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