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Look up and analyze not listed property

How to get analysis on a property that's not listed for sale on Mashvisor's website

Daniela Andreevska avatar
Written by Daniela Andreevska
Updated over a week ago

Have you ever come across an investment opportunity that you may have found on a wholesaler's website, on one of the listing sites, or your realtor shared an unlisted property? Mashvisor has a feature to analyze these properties. Our system will ask for the property attributes, check our database of listings and will either find a prior listing, or will ask you for more details. Once you verify or add this property's attributes to a simple form and submit it, Mashvisor will generate a property page under your "Saved homes" and will produce the rental analysis.

How to look up an unlisted property, step-by-step:

  1. Login into your account

  2. You will be redirected to the Search application

  3. Enter the property's address into the search bar:

4. The search functionality should find a match for your address. Select the matched address below the one you entered. The system will launch a lookup for the property is not actively listed or unavailable on our website.

5. Click "Confirm Address" if it's accurate or make changes if the address is off, then click "Confirm Address".

6. Enter or verify the required data fields denoted by asterisks:

  • Price

  • Property type

  • Number of bedrooms

  • Number of bathrooms

  • Property square footage

The rest of the fields are not required. If you know this information, enter it into the form for a more accurate pricing estimate.

If your property is an apartment, townhome or condominium and has a unit number, it's important you enter this number. Select an appropriate property type from the dropdown:

Click "Complete". You will be redirected to the success page and from there, to the property analysis. This property can always be found under your "Saved homes" tab.

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