How do I search?
The search bar appears at the top of the Discover map. Search is not case sensitive, and it is predictive. This means that results will appear in the drop-down as soon as you begin typing.
When it comes to Remine's search function, less is more. This means that copying and pasting a full address may not yield results. We recommend that you type just the beginning of the address, and slowly add more information until the property appears in the search results.
If you’re searching for the first time and not looking to farm any particular neighborhood yet, we recommend starting with your address.
Note: If you're looking for instructions about saving properties to a list, see the How do I track properties or people? article. If you want to save a search, see the How do I save a search? article.
To see the results in a separate page, in the search results drop-down, click See all results.
What can I search for?
Using the search bar, you can look for addresses, cities, ZIP codes, APN/TAX/PINs, MLS IDs, people, offices, and agents.
If you want to search for a tax identification number, type PIN:##########. For best results, avoid spaces. This feature is not sensitive to hyphens, so long as they're placed in the correct location. For example:
- Will work
- PIN: 12345678
- Will not work
- PIN: 12 345 678
- PIN: 12-34-567-8
If you want to search for an MLS ID for a listing, type ListingID:##########. "ListingID" is not case sensitive, but the MLS ID that you enter is case sensitive. For best results, avoid spaces. For example:
- Will work
- Will not work
- ListingID: ABCD 123456
- ListingID: abcd123456
If you are on the Success plan, you can search for everything listed above, as well as school zones and neighborhoods.
If you are on the Pro or Pro Annual plan, you can search for everything listed above, as well as school zones and neighborhoods.
Additionally, you have access to nationwide search. This means that you can use the search bar to search outside of your MLS in any category.
Tip: Enable location services in your browser to ensure that search results are ordered to show your MLS first.
Note: On any plan level, you can see MLS statuses only within the boundaries of your MLS.
How do I decipher my search results?
Your search results are sorted by category, and the categories are ordered by relevance. For example, if you enter “90210” in the search bar, the ZIP code section will appear first. If you enter “Beverly Hills High School,” the high school section will appear first.
Contact us if you find that there is missing information!
Here's a quick video about how to search in Remine:
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