Having the most accurate and reliable property information is essential to performing accurate analysis and projections for the properties you’re analyzing.
DealCheck has created integrations with several property data providers to allow you to import property data from public records and active listings for further analysis. This feature is available for most US properties and does not require an MLS license.
Here is some of the data you'll be able to import:
Property features, including the property type, number of bedrooms & bathrooms, living area size, lot size, year built, parking type and more
Several estimates of the property's market value and potential gross rent
If the property is listed for sale - its listing price, date, status and agent
The property's recent sale history, including sold dates and prices
The assessed value of the property, including the assessed value of the land and improvements
The most recent property tax amounts
Estimated property insurance premiums and HOA fees (when applicable)
Importing Data for New Properties
Step 1: Click the "Add Property" Button from the Property List
Navigate to your property list and click the Add Property button at the top:
Step 2: Select the "Import Property Data" Option
Tip: You can also select a template to use for this property to help you save time and reduce the number of fields you need to edit later.
Step 3: Search Public Records & Listings
Type in the address of the property and click Search to search the property database, public records and active listings:
Note: This should work for most properties in the United States. We currently don't support property lookup in other countries.
Step 4: Select One of the Properties from the Results
Once the search is complete, you may see several matching results. Select one of the properties to view more details:
On the next page, you'll see all of the available information we were able to find for the property you selected. Keep in mind that not all data is available for all properties:
Depending on the available data, you may see several options for property value and rent estimates that you can choose from. Select the one you feel is most accurate to use for this property:
Step 5: Save the Property
Once you've confirmed that this is the property you're interested in analyzing, click the Save Property button at the bottom of the page to add it to your account:
Tip: You can also click "Save & Customize" to jump right into customizing the property's Purchase Worksheet.
Step 6: Customize any Additional Deal Parameters
After importing property data, many of the data fields will be filled out for you.
It's still a good idea to look over the property's Purchase Worksheet page and customize any additional deal parameters, like the financing you're going to use, closing costs, projected expenses or the rehab budget:
Viewing Updated Public Records & Listings for Existing Properties
In addition to importing property data for new properties, you can also view current records and listing information for existing properties.
This can help you monitor the property records and listings for any changes, such as a reduction of the list price.
You can do this by navigating to that property and selecting the Records & Listings option from the property menu on the left side:
You need the DealCheck Plus upgrade to view updated records and listings for your properties. Click here to learn more about it.