Chances are, whatever you need in direct marketing is something we can deliver — at a reasonable price per thousand records.

We have the owner names and addresses for virtually all the commercial property in the United States. Often, the owner is a company, not a person. But we have added millions of human contact names, typically officers of those companies, to enable better marketing.

We also have information on how properties are being used. Properties by Type provides record counts.

Or, Market to Tenants

Aside from property owners, our tenants database also functions as a list of nearly all U.S. corporations, LLC's, professional corporations, and non-profits. This database spans more than 21 million companies and outlets.

And we have more than merely names and addresses of U.S. firms.

Do you sell medical supplies or equipment?
We have data on virtually every U.S. doctor's office, dental office,
hospital, drug store, and veterinary practice: over 1.5 million firms.
Specialty software for other professionals?
We have 20,000 architect offices, 46,000 engineering firms,
48,000 legal offices, and every accounting and tax preparation office in the U.S.
Do you provide beauty supplies or fitness equipment?
We have data on 183,000 beauty salons, barber shops, gyms,
and yoga and martial arts facilities.
Food Wholesalers? Restaurant Equipment?
We have data on 300,000 restaurants, 188,000 convenience stores
and gas stations, and 89,000 grocery stores and bakeries.
Security Systems?
Select records by neighborhood, by building value, by date
the business started, or by type of business.
Do you provide business working capital loans?
You would benefit by knowing the credit risk score for the location.
Do you want to do business with the most stable, long-lived companies?
We have 2.23 million records of companies in business over 20 years.
Do you want to do business with young firms or startups?
We have 4.5 million records of firms in business less than 4 years.
Do you sell to businesses in selected geographies?
We can carve out data by zip code, county, metro area, or state.

And by merging tenant/occupant and buildings data, we can tell you who's in the most or least valuable buildings, big or small buildings, old or new buildings, in shopping centers or warehouses, and other details.