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Property Monitor

Engage with your customers at the right time

500K+

properties

Listed for sale each year on average

700k+

properties

Listed for rent each year on average

100k+

residential properties

Development approvals each year

Engage with your customers at the right time

Each year, up to 10% of real-estate agent’s current customers will list and sell their property. This pivotal change in circumstance for sellers can represent both a retention risk and an acquisition opportunity. Don’t miss the chance to engage at this vital moment with Property Monitor.

Get the most comprehensive property data – we see the event as it happens

Access direct, integrated feeds from trusted sources and best-in-class data processing

We provide our reliable data in a consistent, quality assured format, ready to import into your own system

You can choose to receive the data in a bulk file or connect your system to it using our API

How can this data solution benefit your business?

Property Monitor Alerts can encourage you to you talk to your customer base about products at a time when they’re likely most receptive. By contacting warm leads, it can increase your opportunity to win into more business. The knowledge gleaned from Property Monitor helps you tailor your communications so you can help your customers when they likely need guidance most. This in turn optimises your retention strategy.

Set up a suite of property event-based contact strategies such as:

  • Anniversary of purchase: check in on your customers about their home loan to assist with acquisition and retention.
  • Equity position: see what your options are based on your financial situation.
  • Listing:  engage and retain your customers with an informed strategy.
  • Sold: your final chance at retention, or an opportunity for acquisition.
  • Rent: review your marketing strategy, for example, in terms of what investors can expect to yield.

Set up a suite of property event-based contact strategies such as:

  • Anniversary of purchase: this is the time to do a policy check-in so you can win new customers and focus on retention.
  • Listing: review your options for new home insurance.
  • Sold: where the insurance policy is not finalised, it’s an opportunity for acquisition.

Set up a suite of property event-based contact strategies such as:

  • Listing: this can assist with income tax, child support assessment, welfare eligibility assessment and the monitoring of government-owned accommodation.
  • Sold: lets you access information on stamp duty, fraud, title and proceeds of crime.
  • Rent: get details about correct rates, welfare eligibility assessment and child support assessment.

You have the ability to monitor a specific ‘area’ or group of properties for key changes. These might include properties for sale or those recently sold, as well as development applications and rental information.

Property Monitor can help you retain clients and cross-sell within your portfolio.

How can this data solution benefit your business?

Property Monitor Alerts can encourage you to you talk to your customer base about products at a time when they’re likely most receptive. By contacting warm leads, it can increase your opportunity to win into more business. The knowledge gleaned from Property Monitor helps you tailor your communications so you can help your customers when they likely need guidance most. This in turn optimises your retention strategy.

Set up a suite of property event-based contact strategies such as:

  • Anniversary of purchase: check in on your customers about their home loan to assist with acquisition and retention.
  • Equity position: see what your options are based on your financial situation.
  • Listing:  engage and retain your customers with an informed strategy.
  • Sold: your final chance at retention, or an opportunity for acquisition.
  • Rent: review your marketing strategy, for example, in terms of what investors can expect to yield.

Set up a suite of property event-based contact strategies such as:

  • Anniversary of purchase: this is the time to do a policy check-in so you can win new customers and focus on retention.
  • Listing: review your options for new home insurance.
  • Sold: where the insurance policy is not finalised, it’s an opportunity for acquisition.

Set up a suite of property event-based contact strategies such as:

  • Listing: this can assist with income tax, child support assessment, welfare eligibility assessment and the monitoring of government-owned accommodation.
  • Sold: lets you access information on stamp duty, fraud, title and proceeds of crime.
  • Rent: get details about correct rates, welfare eligibility assessment and child support assessment.

You have the ability to monitor a specific ‘area’ or group of properties for key changes. These might include properties for sale or those recently sold, as well as development applications and rental information.

Property Monitor can help you retain clients and cross-sell within your portfolio.

How can you access Property Monitor?

Property Monitor is available, for you to integrate into your marketing strategy and CRM systems via Bulk data transfer, API and RP Data Professional.