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Getting the Most Out of Your JobSight Research Suggestions

Posted by Sean Laughlin

8/2/17 11:31 AM

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JobSight notifications flooding your inbox? Documents getting sent with info that you did not want on there? z
lien’s JobSight Suggestions are there to help avoid these kinds of situations and can really help make your entire zlien experience more beneficial to you so you can focus on getting paid faster.  


JOBSIGHT RESEARCH PREFERENCES

JobSight Research Suggestions are there for you to decide when zlien's JobSight Research team should be contacting you for either missing or conflicting information for your project. But how could your information even be wrong if it was given to you by your hiring party? There are many reasons that JobSight may find conflicting information. As an example, sometimes the project’s property address (where the work was performed) may actually be different from the address listed on the Assessor Report or in the Legal Property Description

This is our area of expertise, and our goal is for you to not need to stress out about these discrepancies - you've got more important things on your plate! In this way, when setting your preferences, you may want to consider choosing to “Use JobSight Data” for several of the options.

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CONFLICT AND NON-MATCH

On the surface, these terms can seem like they are very similar. However, there are many factors that determine if JobSight considers a discrepancy as a conflict or a non-match. One of the simplest ways to identify a non-match is if there is a misspelling of a project contact’s name or a street name. A non-match also includes differences such as “123 Main Street” vs. “123 N Main Street”, or perhaps property owners with identical mailing addresses but different names. 

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Ideally, you should be able to “Use JobSight Data” for ALL of your preferences.  That being said, we understand that some of these documents can be sensitive, and you may like to be notified for some of the information that goes on these documents. We recommend tweaking your preferences over time once you are comfortable with the research being performed to take a more hands-off approach and save time using zlien.  The more notifications you have to resolve, the more work for you and the greater chance for documents to be delayed (and you do not want to miss a deadline)!



 
how to View or update your jobsight preferences

It's easy to view your preferences and make changes when needed.  If you have more than one user accessing your zlien account, the main user on your account can control your preferences through your settings.  

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If you want to see how your preferences are working for you, and possibly see where your company has the most data gaps, download your Data Gaps Assessment and Lien Rights Risk reports from the new zlien.  

Log in to your account now to check your settings: 

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Check out some of my co-workers and all star researchers from the JobSight Team here at zlien.  

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Topics: Best Practices