Tenant data comes to RPR Commercial

RPR Commercial is your database of more than 35 million off-market commercial properties, 330,000+ on-market commercial listings with over 107,000 available leasing opportunities. You’ve had access to who owns a building, property specs, tax records, mortgage information, and legal descriptions for properties nationwide and now, with a recent integration with SMR Research, you have the ability to see over seven million tenants that occupy space within a structure.

So, how did this tenant source stand out, advance past testing and get integrated into RPR Commercial? SMR Research aggregates data on U.S. companies from a myriad of sources and has a strong method in place for growing the database with invaluable business intel. SMR Research states it best, “a standard company’s database will have one record for McDonald’s Corp., showing its headquarters in Illinois. We have this but also thousands of additional records for individual McDonald’s units across the country – often gleaned from public food inspection records.” They also incorporate who’s in a commercial building which is not limited to traditional businesses but also include schools, post offices, fire departments and other “non-business” entities.

What sort of information can you glean from this tenant data? You know the type of business, you can better articulate stability of a business knowing how long they’ve been operating, gather insight about leasing conditions in a particular building by knowing the length of time spent occupying a space, along with direct contact to senior officers with a phone number in many cases to inquire about additional details if need be.

Ready to dive deep into property details? Check out this quick video to learn more about the new tenant data.

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  1. […] Commercial Tenant Data A recent integration adds data on more than seven million tenants, such as name, suite number, move-in date, type of business, and business start date. You can also […]

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