Manually sifting through Zillow search results to qualify property listings and then painstakingly saving them to a Notion database can be a time-consuming and error-prone process. This automation steps in to alleviate these pain points.
Consider real estate professionals seeking to expand their portfolios or investors scouting for their next opportunity. This automation simplifies property qualification, ensuring you never miss a potential gem. It efficiently organizes the results within a Notion database, offering a streamlined approach to property management.
Allow this automation to be your trusted assistant in making property qualification and organization hassle-free.
Let’s set it up!
The first step is to create a Notion database with the classification information and any of the fields from Zillow that you would like to save.
Bardeen will extract information from the currently opened tab and get property information like property image, location, classification, classification explanation and more.
You will be redirected to install the browser extension when you run it for the first time. Bardeen will also prompt you to integrate Notion.
Click the “Pin it” button at the top of this page to get this automation saved to your Playbooks.
Activate Bardeen (or hit Option + B on Mac or ALT + B on PC on your keyboard) and click on the playbook card. The setup flow will start.
Bardeen will ask you to specify a qualification task. You can choose to customize the property qualification task. This will launch the interface for creating a property qualifier based on your criteria.
Bardeen will ask you questions about things like ideal location and property. You will also need to define your categories like “high potential” and “low potential”. It is important to add as much relevant information as possible. This will increase the quality of your classifier.
We recommend that you train your classifier with sample data. This will increase the accuracy of the results and help Bardeen understand exactly what you're looking for.
After you select and set up your classifier, Bardeen will ask you to map the fields to your database.
The left side consists of all the fields Bardeen will scrape for you. On the right side, specify the fields in Notion that you want to associate with the information on the left. If you don’t want a piece of information, leave that field empty, and it will be skipped. That’s it!
Click on “Save Input” and checkmark your classifier, the Zillow search results page link and Notion. This will save you time from setup in the future. You can edit Inputs later by hovering over the playbook.
Now that your classifier is set up, you can start qualifying your properties from Zillow search. Navigate to the search results page and launch the playbook.
Press Option + B on Mac or ALT + B on PC on your keyboard to launch Bardeen. Click on the playbook card and run the playbook to qualify the properties based on your criteria. It will open each property, analyze the data and generate a qualification based on the descriptions that you entered during setup. For example, based on the criteria I entered, only two properties were qualified as “High Potential”. Bardeen will also add a brief classification description as to why the property was classified the way it was.
You can also edit the playbook and add your next action to further customize the automation.
Find more Zillow and Notion integrations.
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