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Buildout Announces Acquisition of ProspectNow

Chicago, IL—Buildout, the developer of the premier commercial real estate (CRE) dealmaking platform used by over one-third of brokers, today announced that they acquired ProspectNow, a premier provider of AI-powered real estate property and owner intelligence. As part of this acquisition, Buildout will integrate ProspectNow with its solutions. “The ProspectNow

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How to Find Out the Names of Tennessee Property Owners

Tennessee is home to some of the most beautiful properties in the United States. The landscape of this charming southern state includes mountains, valleys, and coastal plains. You can enjoy the musical history and thriving culture of both Memphis and Nashville when you visit the state. Not to mention the

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How to Find Properties with Insurance Renewal Leads

As an insurance professional, you may get some leads from your company, but as you are well aware, most of your solid property insurance leads come from your hard work and community connections. Of course, every broker has their own ways of finding prospective policy buyers, but some methods are

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How to Find Out Who Owns a Property in North Carolina

You are out for a drive on a sunny afternoon and happen to see a beautiful home, piece of land, or commercial building that is exactly what you’ve been looking for. You’d love to take a tour right then and there. The trouble is that you have no idea who

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Use Letters and Postcards To Connect With Leads

You might think of ProspectNow as a database that uses predictive analytics to help you focus on properties that will likely sell within the next 12 months. ProspectNow certainly has a large, accurate database with features powered by machine learning and artificial intelligence. The platform also has marketing tools that can

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How To Find Out Who Owns a Property in Colorado

Knowing how to perform a property owner search in Colorado can benefit several types of businesses. Real estate professionals can use property databases to learn the best way to contact the owner to talk about selling the building. Mortgages companies that know how to perform a property owner search in

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How To Use Property Search on ProspectNow

You need to know how to find available and off-market properties to succeed in real estate and real estate marketing. ProspectNow makes it easy for you to conduct searches for properties that meet your unique criteria. Now, you can watch a how-to tutorial that teaches you to use the property

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How to Find US Bank-Owned Properties

Lenders often need to repossess properties that go through the foreclosure process. When an owner can’t afford to repay the loan, the bank must reclaim the property to get its money back. However, banks don’t want to own these homes. More often than not, they just want to make their

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How to Find Contact Info and Build Lead Lists

Knowing how to find properties that fit your investment profile or your clients’ needs is critical to success in real estate. You have to do more than locate properties, though. You need to know how to find contact info so you can get in touch with the current owners.  This isn’t

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How to Find Out Who Owns a Property in South Carolina

Performing a South Carolina property owner search doesn’t have to take a lot of time and effort. The method that you choose, however, will partially determine how many challenges you encounter while trying to find the real contact information of the owners.  In the following article, we’ll discuss a couple

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Conquering the Market: How to Find Mortgage Refinance Leads 

The housing market is still on fire, with home sales in 2021 reaching 6.1 million units, the highest number since 2006. The boom is continuing into 2022, which may prove to be the biggest year yet. Even though home prices are historically high, various factors such as low supply, increased demand, the

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