What is on the property details pages?

RPR’s property pages represent over 160 million parcels (public record data) nationwide, accessible to all REALTOR® members. Public record data includes owner information, property facts, legal description, plat maps, mortgage and tax data, deeds, prior sales transactions, and distressed data. 

MLS data is then added through our partnership agreements. Each MLS decides if they would like to share their on and off-market listing data with members of other MLSs.

  • RVM®/AVM: Estimated values are available for single-family residences, condominiums, and smaller multi-family properties. Learn more about RVM® and AVMs.

  • Neighborhood Data: Click the Neighborhood tab to see stats and demographics about the housing, people, economics, and quality of life of the neighborhood.

  • Seller’s Proceeds: Fill out a Seller’s Proceeds worksheet to estimate what the seller might make on a sale of the property. You can print it on its own or choose to include it in a Seller’s Report. See how to create a Seller’s Proceeds worksheet.

FAQs
Tab Descriptions

Tab Descriptions

Click the links below for a brief description of each tab. 

The Summary tab includes an estimated value, listing data, property facts, school data, price change history, interior and exterior features, location details, owner facts, legal description, tax info, and mortgage records.

The side panel displays an interactive map, agent and compensation details, historical records, and charts that compare the subject property zip code to the county and state.  You can also add notes, upload your own photo or fill out a Seller’s proceed worksheet.

At the top of the page are links that allow you to print the page, create a report, or save the property.

The History tab shows a Sales and Financing Activity chart that displays a property’s listing activity, assessed values, estimated values, and distressed data. Hover your cursor over the graph lines to see the information.

Prior sales transactions, tax info, mortgage records, deeds, and distressed information are also included in the main panel of the page.  The side panel contains historical records and metrics that compare the subject property’s zip code against the county and state.

The Charts tab offers metrics and stats about listings in the form of bar and line charts.

– Hover your cursor over the lines to see data that is displayed on the upper left side of the chart,

– Click the About this data link to see an explanation of the chart and its source.

The Refined Value tab allows you to change the estimated value ( RVM®/AVM) based on adjustments to the basic facts, improvements, needed improvements, or market and home conditions. Learn how to use the Refine Value tool.

The CMA tab takes you to our five-step wizard where you will confirm the property facts, search for comps, make adjustments, then create a report. See how to create a CMA.

The Neighborhood tab includes charts and statistics about the housing, people, economics, and quality of life of the neighborhood.

Frequently Asked Questions

RVM® estimated values include on-market and off-market listings from MLS data, in addition to publicly recorded sold data. An RVM® is a more accurate estimation than an AVM estimation. Learn more about RVM® and AVMs.

AVM estimated values draw solely from publicly recorded sold data. Learn more about RVM® and AVMs.

You can update the Property Facts in the Your Changes column on the Property Summary. Your changes will display in your reports, along with the Public Facts and Listing Facts.

The neighborhood or ZIP code is rated for walking access to POIs or Points of Interest (parks, restaurants, retail stores, etc.), weather, public transportation, and population density are also considered. The Overall Score is based on the availability of POIs and the distance and time to reach them. The Amenity Score reflects the walkability to POIs such as retail locations and salons. The Leisure Score reflects the walkability to POIs such as restaurants and parks. Scores range from 0-5 with 5 being the best. The data are provided by Precisely, an RPR data partner.

The Building Quality is determined by the county using their own evaluation methods. Not all counties provide a Building Quality rating.

Phone numbers that are on the National Do Not Call Registry will not be displayed.