In an attempt to help real estate brokers and agents cope with inventory shortages, RealtyTrac has launched a new screening tool, Seller LeadTrac, it says can help identify homeowners who might be willing to put their properties up for sale. Seller LeadTrac, which is available to brokers who are members of the RealtyTrac Network, screens and sorts millions of properties in a database that combines public record data, tax record data, distressed property data, bankruptcy data, for-sale-listing data, postal record data and an automated valuation model. RealtyTrac says it's already used Seller LeadTrac to identify more than 800,000 properties that are likely to come on the market. About 50,000 of those potential listings have already been provided as leads to brokers who are members of ...
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