With each +plus FSBO and Expired account, you will have access to all leads aggregated from a 50-mile radius.  However, in many metro areas, this is too large of a geographical area to possibly cover. Additionally, you may wish to see properties in a specific price range.  Using the "Default Coverage" settings, you can define a very specific geographic farm by assigning zip codes and defined price ranges.


Once set, you will only see leads which fit these parameters when you view leads from the Dashboard, Daily Emails, or searching from the portal. You still do have access to leads outside of these leads if you wish to search for them in the future or make changes to your Default Coverage.


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Defining your Default Coverage

  • Click "Options/Preferences->Default Coverage"

Set your default Price Range



You can set both a minimum and maximum price range for the leads provided in your reports. Both parameters are optional

  • Enter a minimum price range starting at 0.
  • Enter a maximum price range.

Setting your Base Zip Code and Radius


The delivery of leads around a 50-mile radius is based upon a central point defined as your +plus system will then provide all of the zip codes which fall within 50-miles and populate them in the "Available Zip Codes".


By reducing the radius, the +plus system will automatically remove all zip codes which fall outside of the range.

  • Alter the last 2-digits for the Base Zip Code
  • Set the Radius from 1-50
  • Click "Get Available Zip Codes" and allow the data to poplulate
  • Note: if you need to change more than the last 2-digits of the zip code, please open a support ticket.

Adding Zip Codes



There are two sets of zip codes populated:


Available Zip Codes - All zip codes which fall within the user defined "Radius" of the "Base Zip Code". These are the zip codes you may select to see leads from by default. As you adjust the "Radius" zip codes which fall outside of the radius will begin to "grey-out". 


Default Zip Codes - All the zip codes which have been selected from the "Available Zip Codes" to be included in your leads.


For both sets of zip codes you will see several values to help you select the exact area you wish to prospect:

  • Zip Code - the first value is the 5 digit zip code
  • Distance - the distance calculated from the Base Zip Code
  • City - the city name most associated with the zip code
  • State - state associated with the zip code
  • County - county associated with the zip code


You can sort by any of these parameters. Once grouped you can easily move all of the zip codes for a specific state, city, or county. 


An easy way to think about it would be to consider the Available Zip Codes as all the areas you can see leads from and the Default Zip Codes as all the areas you will see leads.


  • Add - move specific zip codes to Default Zip Codes. To select multiple zip codes, hold "CTRL" and click on each zip code before pressing adding
  • Add All - automatically move all zip codes to the Default Zip Codes
  • Remove - remove specific zip codes from Default Zip Codes. To select multiple zip codes, hold "CTRL" and click on each zip code before pressing adding
  • Add All - automatically move all zip codes to the Default Zip Codes
  • Remove All - automatically remove all zip codes from the Default Zip Codes


By default the zip codes are displayed sequentially, allowing you to quickly scan for a particular zip code. You can also sort both lists by distance from the Base Zip Code. To select a series of records, left click on the first record and then scroll to the final record in the series you wish to select. Hold down "Shift" and left-click on the last record and the system will highlight all zip codes in between. In-order to select various Zip Codes, you can hold "Ctrl" and left-click on the zip code and the system will highlight. Once you have all of the desired zip codes selected, click "Add" or "Remove" to move them in and out of your "Default Zip Codes".


Selecting Leads by Confidence Score


The +plus system uses several data markers, such as date verified, number of occurrences, and consistency across databases to determine the likelihood the phone number is related to the linked property.  If you only wish to prospect to very numbers which are highly likely to be correctly linked, or if you find that low scored listings are constantly incorrect in your area, you can use these filters to remove numbers from your reports.