How do I interact with the map?

Zoom options

If you have no layers applied and are zoomed out too far to see blue property dots, the Select a Status filter or zoom in to see properties banner appears at the top of the map.

You can zoom using the Google Map zoom options in the lower right corner of the map.

  • My Location ( ) Click this to position the map around your current location, so you can quickly view properties in your area.
  • Street View ( ) Drag and drop this on a street on the map, so you can see a panoramic view at street level.
  • Zoom In ( ) Click this to zoom in on the current map view.
  • Zoom Out ( ) Click this to zoom out on the current map view.

Drawing tools

There are four small white boxes at the top of the map. Each one contains a shape: a hand, a circle, a rectangle, and a polygon. The table below describes the function of each.

You can draw more than one shape on the map at a time. If you want to target more than one neighborhood with the same label, you can do so:

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Note: If you draw a shape that extends beyond your current zoom settings, Remine will only track the properties that are within the visible map at the time you click Track All.

Shape What does it do?

Hand

This tool allows you to click and drag the map around. This is your default setting. If you navigate to a location, apply layers, and click Track All, then Remine will track all the filtered properties that are visible in the current map view.

Any time you move the map, the number of results in the upper left corner of the map changes. This number displays the number of blue dots that are visible in your current map view.

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Circle

This tool allows you to draw a circle on the map. If you navigate to a location, apply layers, draw a circle, and click Track All, then Remine will track all the filtered properties that are within the boundaries of the circle.

To draw a circle, click and hold where you want to place the center of the circle. Move the pointer to increase the size of the circle. When you're finished, release the mouse button to filter out all the properties outside of the circle.

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Rectangle

This tool allows you to draw a rectangle on the map. If you navigate to a location, apply layers, draw a rectangle, and click Track All, then Remine will track all the filtered properties that are within the boundaries of the rectangle.

To draw a rectangle, click and hold where you want to place one corner of the rectangle. Move the pointer to increase the size of the rectangle. When you're finished, release the mouse button to filter out all the properties outside of the rectangle.

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Polygon

This tool allows you to draw a custom shape on the map. If you navigate to a location, apply layers, draw a polygon, and click Track All, then Remine will track all the filtered properties that are within the boundaries of the polygon.

To draw a polygon, click where you want to place one corner of the polygon. Release the mouse button, and move the pointer to where you want to place the second corner. Click and release. Continue clicking in each location where you want to place a corner. Complete the polygon by clicking the first corner to filter out all the properties outside of the polygon.

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