Teren Cooley got it now😁👌. For what I remember in FL taxes are due on 31 Mar. This mean that if owner X has not paid taxes from 2020 by 01 Apr 21, the property enters the tax liens auction, normally planned between May and Aug every year. Fact is that once the property get into the TL list, it's seized and the owner cannot sell it or ask to finance his debt: he can only pay or wait for the property to arrive to the TD auction (after little more than 2 years). So, technically, until 01 Apr they are not delinquent yet, which means that if today you ask for delinquent taxes lists to the CTC the answer might be "NONE", and once they become delinquent unfortunately there is not enough time to buy before they get into the tax liens auction list🤷🏻♂️. Still, maybe a solution would be to ask for properties not delinquent but on which taxes 2020 have not been paid yet (better ask for that around late jan or feb i believe). Does this delirium I just wrote make any sense? Because I'm not sure😂😂😂...
Program for pulling a list of properties in a specific area
I was wondering if anyone knows of a program that would let me draw a box or other shape around a particular area and then pull a list of all the properties within that area? I know agent pro has something like that, but it looks like they're limited to 2000 downloads/month for $120 which seems a bit pricey.
Bootstrapbill Bill Tanner last edited by Bootstrapbill
Dan Dan, Check with PRYCD.com , I know you can pull a radius around a city and at 19.95/mth is a far cry better than what you quoted. Good luck. One more thing if it works for you and you mention I referred you we both get 200 free lines of data. Not a bad deal if indeed it will work for you. Be well I hope this helps.
Dan for what it's worth, DataTree can do this exact same thing (just like AgentPro247).
If Prycd can also do it at a better price, then that could be a solid option too.
I do it all the time on Data Tree. Works great
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For what it's worth, all lines of data including comps on PRYCD are pulled directly from Datatree , and at .07/ record at this time .
Bill Tanner yep, I'm aware of that. Working with DataTree would just allow you to get it directly from the source instead of working through an intermediary... but if PRYCD has some additional feature that makes this specific function (drawing polygons around the target area) easier, then that would be another thing to consider.
Dan AgentPro also has “a la carte” pricing where you can buy data dollars in $15 increments to be used either for pulling lists ($0.05/record, if I remember correctly) or for running property reports. I never have done a subscription with them. I just add money to my account as needed for pulling lists whenever I’m ready. As far as I know, you should be able to use this with the polygon feature.