There are two different subdivision fields in Monsoon. Learning how each functions can help with your searches.
Subdivision Name is a default field in the search templates provided by Monsoon. It’s a text search box where you can type in the name of subdivision. This field can also take a wildcard symbol, * (an asterisk). Think of it like Google, where the subdivision pulled must match what you entered but can match in different ways. For example, if you wanted to search Garden Lakes but wanted to make sure Garden Lake was also included in your results. Using the wildcard will usually produce more results than without it.
The Subdivision field can be added using the Add/Modify link on a Tax, MLS or Foreclosure Search.
It’s a auto-complete box where you type at least three letters and select a choice. You can only make pre-determined selections but are able to select multiple Subdivisions to include in your search.
Our online Monsoon course covers all three types of searches.
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