Finding just the right property on RealtyZapp is a breeze. Our powerful yet
simple property locator will do all the hard work for you.
The gist of how to find properties
It all starts with the interactive map. You can move the map and zoom the map as you like,
properties that are within the map area will be shown. You can click on any property marker
to show a pop up. Click on a property in the popup to show
the property's full page.
look around - can be used to position the map. Type in a
location name, city, or address and dropdown list will appear. Click on one of the items
in the list and the map will reposition to that location.
filter tools - can be used to refine the properties that are shown.
As you make selections, the filter is dynamically applied to the properties shown.
map tools - you can draw a rectangle or circle on the map. Each can be
repositioned and resized. Only properties that are located within the shape will be shown.
To remove the shape just choose map viewport. Polygon and multiple shapes are coming soon.
properties list - shows you all of the properties. You can sort
the list by any one of several attributes. Click on a property to get
a full size property page to show.
500+ - indicates how many properties are being shown on the map.
500+ means the properties have been limited to the top 500 based upon your filter and sort. To see additional
properties all you have to do is zoom in on the map or change your filter to be more specific.
Filter tools deserves a little more explanation as there are a lot of things to fiddle with.
First and foremost, the properties displayed are limited to those which are inside the boundaries of the map or the map shape.
In addition to the boundraries, filters further refine the properties shown. In other words, the two work in conjunction.
First, you choose either Commercial or Residential properties. After that, all other filters are optional.
For the most part, all of the filter attributes are AND'ed together. For example if you choose
Commercial, For Sale, Retail, Class A, the resulting will be something like "Show me all properties that are
Commercial AND For Sale AND Retail AND Class A". The exception to this a few attributes that allow you to pick
more than one value such as Class and the attrubutes under the location criteria section. So to expand on the
previous example, if you chose both Class A and Class B then the resulting filter would be something like
"Show me all properties that are Commercial AND For Sale AND Retail AND (Class A OR Class B)".
Second, check either Sale or Lease or both. If you check both then the result is "For Sale AND For Lease".
If you would rather the result be "For Sale OR For Lease"" then leave both uncheked.
At the top of the filters are two special tools, one of which is a search box. Any term or phrase you type in the search box will
added to your filter like described previously. However, the search term is considered against several property attrubutes i.e title, address, about, etc.
For example, if you enter the word water, the filter will be something like "Title CONTAINS 'water' OR Address CONTAINS 'water' OR About CONTAINS 'water'".
The other tool is a Reset button. Click on this to reset your filter back to its default.
Note that sometimes you arrive on the map page as a result of clicking on a link e.g. provided by an Agent or Broker
you are working with. The link will typically preset the filters for you. The presets might even include
limiting the properties to only the Agent's properties. Click on the Reset button
to clear any/all presets and return to a new default filter.
Location critera filter tools need to be explained.
These allow you to choose multiple values e.g. in State, you choose both Florida and Georgia, this
equates to "State Florda OR State Georgia". However, if you also choose Cities Miami and Tampa, this will equate to
"(State Florida OR State Georgia) AND (City Miami OR City Tampa)". You have excluded Georgia because you chose
cities that only exist in Florida. So keep this in mind if you decide to make use of more than one of these filters.