The Search page offers an assortment of filters to help you find comps.
The options available on each Search page might differ depending on your chosen search type.
Below are the different types of elements you can expect to encounter when searching.
Note: All of the search filters are optional. Simply leave all options empty to search for all of your comps.
Property Types provide the most general way to narrow down search results. The three property type categorizations are Primary Major Type, Property Type, and Property Sub Type.
If you wanted to search for all of your Agricultural comp entries, for example, you would select Agricultural from the Property Major Type drop-down. You would then be able to further narrow down those results with the Property Type (by selecting Agribusiness, for example) drop-down. The results you find in the Property Type and Sub Type drop-downs will compliment what you choose in the Major Type drop-down. This is because they are dependent lists; you cannot specify a Sub Type or Type without first selecting a Major Type.
Further down the Search page, you will have the option of defining additional filters to search by means of drop-down fields.
The fields adjacent from Price, GBA, and Land/SF allow you to manually input values that indicate either a value floor or ceiling, or a range. For example, searching by Price and inputting a value of 100,000 into the adjacent From field would return a search with properties above $100,000. The same is applicable to the To field, however, that would designate a max value to search to.
When searching by Sale Date, you can specify a date range by clicking the empty fields below From and To from Sale Date to determine the beginning and ending dates.
Note: The above figure illustrates search options found on the Properties search page.
|Additional Database Search Fields||
|There are three additional database search fields you can use to refine your results.
Clicking on the drop-down boxes will allow you to choose a specific value to search from, such as Acres, Cap Rate, and so forth.
|There are four possible ways you can search for a value:
If you wanted to search for all properties between 5 and 10 acres, for example, you would select the Between option.
There are also search toggles you can click on to perform a general search.
For example, you could click Cap Rate from the additional database field drop-downs to find a specific result, or you could click the Cap Rate toggle to find all properties with Cap Rate data.
At the top of every data page in N1 Web, you will find the option to Save and Save and Add Another.
Note: The only exception to this is on the General page, where additional actions are accessible.
Once you have completed making all of your desired edits to a page, clicking Save will lock those changes in. If you were to navigate away from the page without clicking Save, however, a dialog window would open asking if you wished to save.