Welcome to Reonomy! We’re very excited to have you on board. Getting started with new software can feel daunting, so this guide will help you get the ball rolling. By the end of this guide, you’ll be able to create a prospecting list, save a search and even add your personal notes to properties!
Step 1: Discover Properties by creating a Search
Discovering properties is easy using Reonomy. Let’s set up a search that looks for all office buildings in Santa Monica that have been built since the year 1950 that haven't sold in 5 years. Each one of these filters can be found in the dropdown.
(1) Click the search bar next to the magnifying glass to activate your search
(2) Type Santa Monica, CA and select it when it appears in the City section
(3) After clicking More Filters, select all Office under the Commercial category in the Property Type section
(4) Enter 1950 as "from" under Year Built in the Building & Lot section
(5) In the Sales section, choose the not within button for the Sale Date filter and select past 5 years
(6) Click Apply. You are able to view the applied filters by looking to the top of the screen.
Step 2: Research a property with Property Cards
The property cards on the left of your screen will display all of the results from your search. To learn more and look a little deeper into the property, click on a Property Card.
Each property card will have tabs corresponding to the search filters you used earlier. Click on each Property Card to see all of the data Reonomy has for that property.
Step 3: Maximize workflow tools
Reonomy has great workflow tools to help stay on top of your prospects. You can easily add your own notes to Reonomy in the property card,
Create labels to track a list of properties,
and create dynamic searches by saving your criteria.
Reonomy offers bi-weekly webinars where you can get a full walk through of the software. You can sign up for them at this link.
For any additional questions, please reach out to the Customer Experience team through the chat bubble in the bottom right of your screen.