www.realtytrac.com, the leading online marketplace for foreclosure properties, today unveiled its new bulk foreclosure data search and download tool now known as MEGA Data. This new product gives users the ability to quickly sift through RealtyTrac’s database of more than 2 million foreclosure properties to create targeted lists of distressed homeowners, scheduled auctions and bank-owned properties.
Designed with the most powerful search filters in the industry, MEGA Data allows real estate brokers, agents, buyers, investors and direct marketing professionals to fine tune a data search matching their specific criteria. Search filters include the following:
“MEGA Data is one of the most revolutionary new products we’ve created in years, making our nationwide foreclosure data available in an entirely new interface that features a very easy-to-use list generation and export tool,” said RealtyTrac CEO James J. Saccacio. “Real estate and direct marketing professionals, along with many real estate investors and homebuyers, will appreciate the seamless online user experience MEGA Data provides, helping them quickly mine our foreclosure data for potential short sales, profitable foreclosure auction purchases, and bank-owned opportunities, among other applications.
Sample MEGA download: http://mega.realtytrac.com/about/sample-download.html
About RealtyTrac Inc.
RealtyTrac (www.realtytrac.com) is the leading online marketplace of foreclosure properties, with more than 2 million default, auction and bank-owned listings from over 2,200 U.S. counties, along with detailed property, loan and home sales data. Hosting more than 3 million unique monthly visitors, RealtyTrac provides innovative technology solutions and practical education resources to facilitate buying, selling and investing in real estate. RealtyTrac’s foreclosure data has also been used by the Federal Reserve, FBI, U.S. Senate Joint Economic Committee and Banking Committee, U.S. Treasury Department, and numerous state housing and banking departments to help evaluate foreclosure trends and address policy issues related to foreclosures.