REI trawls the information on those websites and correlates the keywords with the keyword parameters in its program.For example you might choose subdivision as your strategy and REI will associate all the words relating to subdivision that would appear in ads on the relevant websites on the Internet.The information in this topic helps update your MDAC (or Windows DAC) application to be current with the version of SQL Server Native Client that was included in SQL Server 2005.
Where REI really comes into its own is when it provides more advanced search parameters that are specifically suited to property investors.
REI has included extra keyword research filters by including keywords that apply to the strategy being implemented by the user.
You still need to get rubber to the road and look at potential property sites yourself because there’s nothing that will replace real action.
Consistent action towards achieving your goals will always yield superior results that will sustain you for the long term.
There are a number of differences between SQL Server Native Client and Microsoft Data Access Components (MDAC; starting with Windows Vista, the data access components are now called Windows Data Access Components, or Windows DAC).
Although both provide native data access to SQL Server databases, SQL Server Native Client has been specifically designed to expose the new features of SQL Server 2005, while at the same time maintaining backward compatibility with earlier versions.
Not only does it give you the standard statistics around median price, rent and growth but you’ll also be exposed to another half a dozen or so resource reports that can be downloaded.
These conveniently relate to mapping, planning applications, local council and state infrastructure, comparable properties sold and rented in the area and more.
So I’ve updated all Price Finder videos on this post, as well as Price Finder’s comparison score to reflect the new user interfact. If you ever wondered which one of the above resources is for you, you’ll want to bookmark this blog post.
You can get the full highlights of the latest (September 2016) Price Finder release here Cheers, Matt Original Post Price Finder… I’ve Google searched every combination of Price Finder vs Core Logic RP Data vs Real Estate Investar and nowhere on the internet is there an unbiased, across the board comparison of these massive tools… It’s about time someone did a decent comparison on these three tools, so property investors like you will be able to make an informed decision on which one to invest in.
Below is a short video that provides a quick overview of the basic benefits of the search module in REI (Real Estate Investar): There are three phases to be aware of when you are using the Investar Search functionality.