The Warren Group has partnered with Microsoft to bring Bing Maps to RE Records Search. At the top of any property record, you’ll see a “Bing Map” button. (If the Bing Map button is not showing for any record that means that we do not have full address information for that property and therefore cannot map it)
To see a property on a Bing Map, simply click on the Bing Map button for that property record. A Bing Map will appear in a new window with a summary property report attached. The Bing Map will appear in either Bird’s Eye or aerial view, depending on image availability. You can change view by clicking on “Road”, “Aerial”, or “Bird’s Eye”. You can zoom in or out using the + or – magnifying glasses on the left side, and you can pan around in the map by clicking and holding down with the left mouse key and dragging the map. Bird’s Eye view also allows you to rotate the camera angles clockwise and counterclockwise to get a more complete view of area properties and neighborhoods. You can show labels to view street names as well. RE Records Search Bing Map Reports may be printed by using your browser print menu or by right clicking on the report and selecting print.