CoStar Real Estate Manager vs. Property Vista

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
CoStar Real Estate Manager
Score 5.9 out of 10
N/A
CoStar offers a platform for real estate management needs.N/A
Property Vista
Score 9.0 out of 10
N/A
N/A
$1.50
per month per unit
Pricing
CoStar Real Estate ManagerProperty Vista
Editions & Modules
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Essential
$1.50
per month per unit
Premium
$2.50
per month per unit
Offerings
Pricing Offerings
CoStar Real Estate ManagerProperty Vista
Free Trial
NoYes
Free/Freemium Version
NoNo
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoNo
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeOptional
Additional Details
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Community Pulse
CoStar Real Estate ManagerProperty Vista
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User Ratings
CoStar Real Estate ManagerProperty Vista
Likelihood to Recommend
1.0
(2 ratings)
9.0
(1 ratings)
Support Rating
-
(0 ratings)
9.0
(1 ratings)
User Testimonials
CoStar Real Estate ManagerProperty Vista
Likelihood to Recommend
CoStar Group
Gen-Y and younger will have no problem learning how to use CoStar but its not very intuitive for the older generations (they have to hunt and peck for what they are looking for and have no idea how to manipulate the reporting features)
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Property Vista
Great for property managers with about 25 or more properties. Not worth the money for less than 10. This works for all sorts of different properties so it's about choosing the right kind of account for the situation.
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Pros
CoStar Group
  • Nothing
  • Charging my card
  • Nothing
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Property Vista
  • Everything is easy to understand.
  • Customer service doesn't give me the runaround, they are actually helpful.
  • Has all the need to know information all in one place.
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Cons
CoStar Group
  • In our market (Portland, OR), not enough users implement the tools that could make CoStar so much better. For example, I specialize in medical but brokers and owners don't take the time to mark medical as an approved use in their buildings so I have to search much longer and cross-reference the data by contacting the brokers directly.
  • I find it really annoying that when I download documents CoStar doesn't use smart technology to automatically name my files. It is especially irritating since every piece of marketing we post to CoStar has a relevant file name yet when we download the same file we have to rename it.
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Property Vista
  • Needs area for fine details such as nearby parks, schools, libraries, etc.
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Support Rating
CoStar Group
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Property Vista
When I needed customer service I got the help I needed without being transferred a million times. The guy knew what he was talking about and everything was taken care of immediately
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Alternatives Considered
CoStar Group
There is literally not one good thing that I can say about CoStar. They charge my card $450/month because I signed a one-year contract. They provide very little data and properties and most of the time it is inaccurate. Their customer service is atrocious. They overpromise, underdeliver. STAY away from using Costar!
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Property Vista
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Return on Investment
CoStar Group
  • Since CoStar has linked with LoopNet we have had fewer bad data calls. By which I mean old data from LoopNet that was available to the general public is now more regularly updated through CoStar so we have less confusion with our clients.
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Property Vista
  • Worth the money, with everything organized I can get more of the properties into the system.
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