If you’re looking for help with RPR Maps, you’re in the right spot! In this article we’ll cover how to use the RPR Map to visually search for properties and uncover market trends.
The map layers offer various views and ways to “zone in” on areas, neighborhoods and properties themselves. From aerial, road, and overhead views, to schools, estimated values, heat maps, and geographic overlays, we’re going to walk through how easy it is to draw or designate your map in ways that will help you and your clients. Let’s get started…
There is more than one way to start a map search, but the quickest is to simply click the Research menu and then select Map search. Enter in a geographic search area including any filters in the top search bar (note your advanced search filters are here). Select the orange magnifying glass to search and your results will appear on the map.
In this view, you can define your own search areas by drawing them on the map, or by displaying the outlines of geographies such as neighborhoods, ZIPs, cities, opportunity zones, or counties on the map, and then searching one or more of those areas.
We mentioned that there are other ways to search. If you search from the main homepage search area, when you arrive at the results list, choose the Map icon. Also, from any Property Details page,