REsearch has the ability to create mailing labels directly from the TMK data. Here is the process.
1. Entering the search
Enter your search parameters. You will likely want to stick to the TMK fields as using any MLS fields will only include properties that have or have had listings.
This is where you will enter your Subdivision, Project, TMK area, etc.
2. Telling the system you would like labels
3. Choosing the information on the labels
Taxpayers: The name generated is the owner of the property. The address generated is for the taxbill address. These addresses may or may not be the same as the property being searched. These can also include out of state and out of country addresses.
All Residents: The addresses generated will be the same as the properties being searched. The names generated will only include the owner name if they have taken an exemption and are assumed to be resident owners. All others will have the name replaced with “Current Resident”. (this is a combination of Resident Owners and “Current Resident” types)
Resident Owners: The addresses generated will be the same as the properties being search. The only names generated will include owners who have taken an exemption and are assumed to be resident owners. All other properties in the search will not be generated.
“Current Resident”: The addresses generated will be the same as the properties being searched. All names will be replaced with “Current Resident”.
One example given for including the taxkey would be when mailing a blanket mailer out of state you can simply ask for the “number code” on the address and locate which recipient responded.
Click here if you would like to download the data instead of print.
If you would like to print the labels please proceed to step 4 below.
4. Running the search and previewing the search results.
5. Printing your labels
Per the unfortunate fact that each browser prints slightly differently, you cannot print directly from REsearch to your printer.
Please click PDF page. This will generate a PDF of the labels. You will print from there.
Print your first couple of pages on regular paper. This way you can test to make sure the prints are aimed correctly and not waste the more costly label sticker sheets.