new year, PropertyRadar

Happy New Year!

By January 1, 2014Uncategorized

Your input counts. We’ve got a 2 question survey that I’ll personally be reading and sharing with the Team 

With the start of a new year comes the time to make plans. Here at PropertyRadar, our plan is to change the way you think about real estate. Whether your goal is to find new markets, do more in your market, or simply work less and earn more we want to radically change your approach and help make you more effective then ever. It’s our BHAG – Big Hairy Audacious Goal. Everyone should have one, and we’re 100% focused on ours.

Focus is the key to everything we do. Public records real estate data is so bad, and the competing services so mediocre, that we see nothing but opportunity ahead. The hard part is choosing which things to focus on. Our metric is simple, focus on those things that we know will help our customers get the biggest returns. And, whenever possible, do it by changing the game, rather than incrementally improving it.

I believe our new product PropertyRadar is such a game changer. More of a game changer than ForeclosureRadar, which we built into the dominant service in the foreclosure market. And PropertyRadar is more than a product – it’s a platform – on which we have plans to build so much more. Early users have been amazed at how much it’s improved since first launched – 2014 will blow their minds.

More importantly PropertyRadar delivers on its promise. Customers are reporting back that they are absolutely killing it – finding and closing more opportunities, working more efficiently, reducing risk, and increasing market expertise.

But change is hard. Changing our brand from ForeclosureRadar to PropertyRadar, while simultaneously launching a new product made 2013 one of the hardest years I’ve faced in my 25+ years as an entrepreneur. Change has also been hard for our customers. PropertyRadar offers so much, that it can be overwhelming. We have yet to deliver the degree of training we offered to help tens of thousands quickly learn ForeclosureRadar and dominate their market.

We’ll fix that soon.

In the mean time, those that are figuring it out now are getting a window of opportunity to kill it before others catch on and competition increases – just like the early days of ForeclosureRadar.

Now that you know where we are headed, I’d love to hear from you about your plans, goals, dreams, and desires. Nothing would give me greater satisfaction in 2014, than helping you be more successful in your real estate aspirations. Please take our survey and I’ll personally read your input with the Team. 

Happy New Year!

Sean O’Toole


  • new year, PropertyRadarWayne Stamm says:

    As a Foreclosure Radar customer we are familiar with the value of your intellect and data services. Like the majority of Real Estate professionals, we are age 50 plus and less comfortable with computers, hightec equipment and programs. Unfortunately for both of us we need our kids and younger family members or friends to learn and do. As you made the transition (or tried to) I could never figure out what it was that Property Radar was and why I should use it. I appreciate your ability to all that you do and I hope that you are ultimately successful. I cannot remember ever seeing a clumsier unveiling of what probably is a very good product. I recently cancelled my Foreclosure Radar subscription and have looked in vain for a phone number to reach out to someone to get some additional information, but I have not seen a way to reach you. If you have a tutorial or program that outlines your product I would be happy to evaluate it for my needs. I have previously sent you a similar message but received no response. We can probably help each other succeed but we must be able to communicate more directly. Sincerely Wayne Stamm (760) 887-3997

  • new year, PropertyRadarSean says:

    Hi Wayne – thanks for the feedback, I appreciate it. I’ll call you tomorrow.


  • new year, PropertyRadarSean says:

    For others looking for help, you don’t have to leave your number here to reach me. We only offer email support in order to keep our prices low, but you can easily get support by clicking the support link at the top of the page. If your question is too involved to type out, or if you just want us to call you back, we’d be happy to do that – just say that in your support request and give us your phone number. If the support team can’t answer your question or you really just want to reach me, again, just let them know, and they will forward the request to me and I will follow up. It pains me to hear that we’ve failed Wayne. Please don’t take the lack of phone number to mean that we don’t care, or are hiding, we are absolutely here to help however we can. Best, Sean.