Why does RPR have a For Sale search as well as an All Properties search?

RPR offers two types of property searches: For Sale and All Properties. Use a For Sale search to locate properties for sale in a given geographic area. Your search results will include active as well as pending listings. You can filter your search results using these criteria, which narrows the properties that are returned by the search:

  • Active or Pending listing
  • Distressed status (Non-Distressed, Foreclosure/Bank-Owned, Pre-Foreclosure/Auction, Short Sale)
  • Your listings
  • Listings with photos
  • Price range
  • Price per square foot
  • Number of bedrooms
  • Number of bathrooms
  • Size of living area
  • Lot size
  • Property type
  • Year built
  • Listed within a timeframe
  • Price changed within a timeframe
  • Open house within a date range
  • Features (Air-conditioning, attached garage, waterfront, etc.)
  • Year built
  • Keywords

An All Properties search, on the other hand, yields all the public records for properties in a given geographic area, as well as Off-market Listing records that have no matching public record with the same street address, and active and pending listings.

All Properties searches are useful for locating recently sold and distressed properties. Although your search results will include active listings, it is not recommended to use an All Properties search specifically to find active listings because they are a small fraction of the total properties in an area. Instead, use the For Sale search. All Properties searches take longer to run, especially for larger geographic areas. You can filter your search results using these criteria:

  • Distressed or Non-Distressed
  • Recently Sold (up to three years; properties sold in the past nine months are flagged as such in any search)
  • Owner name
  • APN number (aka Parcel/Tax ID)
  • Estimated value
  • Number of bedrooms
  • Number of bathrooms
  • Size of living area
  • Lot size
  • Property type
  • Year built

 

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