We've been trialing PriceFinder over the last couple of weeks and like it a lot. As a result we've joined a group that allows us access to all States, except Tassie, for $35 per month. We were in a group that cost us $100 per month for NSW data only!
I make nothing out of the group so, if you're interested in enjoying this great data for all these States, CLICK HERE for more information.
PS. An application form is available for download at the bottom of the info page.Tamara43Participant@tamara43Join Date: 2012Post Count: 57
Paul, I've heard there are new government regulations surrounding this. I'd check this out with PriceFinder if I were you beforehand. Regards, Tamara
We've been with RP Data for many years and we still are, as we have to give 3 months's notice to RP Data to close down our subscription. Therefore I still get all the updates and newsletters from them. No mention of any changes there. So, if there's nothing happening at RP Data, I guess the same applies to PriceFinder.
Cheers, Paultom123Participant@tom123Join Date: 2013Post Count: 91
I'm quite new to property investing and was wanting to know what is the difference between RP data, Pricefinder an APM?
do they all do the same thing?
Thanks, TomTony FlemingParticipant@the-dark-knightJoin Date: 2008Post Count: 396
Hi Tom. They are sites that essentially give you every bit of data possible. Past sales history, current owner information, stats on rents/population/demographics etc and they show similar properties sale prices so you can determine the market price when purchasinjg a property.
I've never used APM but I've now used both PriceFinder and RP Data. My experience is that they're both very similar but PriceFinder is much more competitively priced.
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