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A series of Zillow TV commercials offer up heartwarming stories, always ending with a tagline, “Whatever home means to you, we’ll help you find it.” The ads are moving and powerful, but these 30-second snapshots of people finding their homes in a few clicks hide the enormous effort the real estate professionals put into finding the right property—whether it’s for a single father with four daughters or a major corporation looking to expand operations in a new region of the country. Searches across multiple sources for property ownership records, cross-checking information for accuracy, staying alert to news and trends in the real estate market—it’s enough to keep you chained to your desk all day, every day. Which, of course, is exactly what you can’t do if you want to stay competitive: You need a more efficient way to conduct news, business and public records research .
Recently, we conducted a Webinar for real estate professionals showcasing an easier way to get the all the data you need in one place. During the event, Tracey Ferris and Valerie Kemmer outlined how our custom interface leverages the best of our news, business and public records collections to help large and small real estate agencies make the right connections to fill their pipelines and successfully fuel business growth. Check out how LexisNexis for Real Estate works.
Whether you’re focused on commercial or residential real estate, you need relevant, reliable information to help you map connections between ownership entities, individual property owners and holding companies. You need quick access to contact information, including email addresses and phone numbers, to the principal owners obscured behind private company names. You need to stay alert to new opportunities—or threats—so you can respond proactively and get the jump on your competition.
When it’s time for prospecting, you need an easy way to generate prospect lists based on criteria you set such as by zip code or region, industry or executive titles. And when that first meeting is set, you need to walk into the room confident in your knowledge about that prospect. See just how easy it is to do all this and more with a brief dive into our news and business research tool designed just for real estate professionals.