Using Property Search Filters
Property search filters are a convenient way of filtering out your properties based on specific criteria. In this article, you'll learn exactly how to move your way around the search filters.
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Using Search Filter
Click the Properties tab on the left-hand side of the menu. The list of properties will appear.
Using the Search bar, find a property by typing an APN or owner name. If you search for an owner name with "Bryan" as an example, all the owners with "Bryan" in their name will pop up, or if you search for an APN, for example, an APN with 135 in it, all APNs with "135" will appear.
You can also filter property in a variety of ways.
To search by a custom field, click Fields in the Filter By section. Scroll down to the Field section, and click the Select Fields button that is right above the acreage.
After clicking the Select Fields button, you'll see a list of all your custom fields. Click the toggle switch to add them to your filter list.
Choose all the fields you want to use to filter properties and they will immediately appear.
Inside the Field filter, you can also filter the properties based on offer, purchase, and sale. Filter the data by setting the date range in the Offer, Purchase, or Sale fields.
Each section has an Include All and Exclude All button that can be used to filter properties with or without the accompanying association. For example, to see all properties that have an offer price range from $25,000 to $50,000, click the Exclude All button next to Offer. Conversely, the Include All button will show only properties that have an offer price within the specified range. The same applies to purchase or sale fields.
To save your searches, you can do so by clicking the Saved Searches button in the upper right section.
First, you'll need to filter your properties. For example, we want to use a County filter to list all our properties in Bell, Texas. Head to the County filter, select the Bell, TX, and click the Saved Searches button. Type the name of your search and click Save.
Next time you open your properties, you'll be able to find all your Texas properties simply by clicking on the Saved Searches button and choosing the saved search.
Note: Keep in mind that you can save searches for any set of filters that you have.