crbartramParticipant@crbartramJoin Date: 2010Post Count: 4
I have a 4 spots available on my 12 month RP Data professional subscription.
The subscription is for Victoria only and has CMR reporting, Online Marketing, Access to owner details, property details etc etc.
It will be a fraction of the cost if you are to go direct and you have the added bonus on being on the Estate Agent edition
If you are interested in in joining my Investor group subscription please dont hesitate to get in contact with measmirParticipant@asmirJoin Date: 2015Post Count: 1
How much will it cost me , btw, i am not a estate agent just an ordinary person , but keen to keep an eye on the market growth.AnteParticipant@ante0721Join Date: 2015Post Count: 1
Hi there, do you still have access to Rp Data.? I am interested.
Are any spots still available?
And how much is the cost?DamianParticipant@damianmediciJoin Date: 2016Post Count: 1
Hi, I am a mortgage broker and an investor from Melbourne. What is the price for the subscription ?
$2600 plus annual sub – for a mortgage broker you may want to check if your aggregator has a discount. RP Data is not great for apartments….
I guess this is the cost for non-group subscriptions?
I know comparisons have been done to death, but how do you find it vs Pricefinder? Do these tools give you data on off-the-plan (townhouse/unit) sales?Corey BattParticipant@cjaysaJoin Date: 2012Post Count: 1,010
I prefer pricefinder for personal research of sales data, block sizes, easement overlays etc. Not a huge fan of RPData, its OK but prefer Residex for the simplicity of data provided and hitting the most important points.
Do any of these provide OTP sales records?
I might look at pricefinder – I feel like a bloke who went to a seminar and bought a house and land package with RP data so much incomplete data its not funny – they promise training for my staff and deliver nothing. RP data is crap for apartments.