The Monsoon tax system is a great resource for gathering information about a property. It can also be helpful for prospecting potential buyers and sellers.
Whether you’re using Monsoon to do a tax, MLS or foreclosure search, you’re able print out mailing labels based on the results by clicking on the the button that says Labels at the top of the page.
You’ll then have a list of options to choose from. The best option to select will depend on the goal of your campaign. Property Address is where the property is physically located, while Mailing Address is where the property owner receives their tax bills in the mail.
As you can see, there are a lot of options. But which one should you use? And should the mailer be addressed to the owner or current resident? Here’s a breakdown of your choices to help you make the best decision.
Property Address with Owner Name is best for prospecting owners who might be ready to buy a new home.
Mailing Address with Owner Name would mostly be used for contacting investors and snowbirds since they are not usually living in the property all year.
Property Address with Current Resident is great for reaching out to renters who might want to buy soon.
Mailing Address with Current Resident is not as personal as the option with owner’s name, but is a good option if you want to be sure that anyone who receives the mailer is able to open it.
Property Address with Owner Name and Current Resident is a good way to cover your bases if you’re sending a general mailer that is not targeted to a specific audience since anyone at the residence will be able to open it.