In Brief: Reonomy helps service providers, investors, developers, brokers and lenders get an inside view of an owner’s portfolio. Here’s how to use a quick address search in Reonomy, and in turn discover the properties a person owns.
When approaching a building owner or investor, it’s key to have as much intel as possible. With an inside look at the mix of properties that person owns, you can approach a deal with personalization, craft a compelling pitch, and get a higher view of the full potential of a deal.
Here are just a few questions you can answer with an owner’s portfolio:
- What is this owner’s ideal location, property type, investment size, etc.?
- What has this owner purchased recently? What has he/she held onto the longest?
- For service providers in particular, what other buildings may he/she need services for?
- Is this a new investor or has he/she been investing for several years?
How do you find an owner’s property portfolio? Here are 3 ways.
- County assessor or property tax records. In some cases, these government entities have searchable websites, but they can be difficult to navigate or have limited searching capabilities.
- You may be able to gather some information through online research via social media, company websites, etc.
- Search-friendly data tools like Reonomy.
How do you find an owner’s portfolio in Reonomy?
We’ve broken down this process into 4 easy steps. The video below gives you a quick tutorial on how National Reonomy users are discovering owner portfolios today.
Step 1: Type the address of one of the owner’s properties into the search bar.
Step 2: Click on the Ownership Tab and then click the teal Get Contact Information button.
Step 3: Click on the mailing address under the reported owner.
Step 4: Review the owner’s property results. These properties have the same mailing address for property tax documents.
If you want to try an owner portfolio search for yourself, trial Reonomy for free.