San Diego, California (PressExposure) May 01, 2008 -- Full service direct marketing firm Compass Direct announced today that it will begin selling it's new building permit leads online, allowing their customers easier access to their suite of new building permit territories.
"It's a step in the right direction", commented CEO Brad Yeager. "Now users can have easier access to our new building permit leads, allowing them to reach decision makers right when they are about to buy". Compass Directs' unique specialty is marketing to the WHEN... individuals that have just experienced a significant life changing event and have the highest propensity to need certain products and services.
"New building permit data is a great way to reach the individuals hiring the contractors and purchasing the products going into new construction projects, and is a great fit for our business. We've very excited to offer it to our customers online."
Compass Direct currently offers new building permit leads in fifteen states, making them the largest distributor of new building permit data in the US. This type of permit data can be useful to companies that produce products and services for the building industry, as the filing of a building permit is a strong indication money is about to be spent on building materials such as lumber, stone, windows, siding, flooring, furniture, and landscaping.
"With slow growth in the building industry and a lagging recession, contractors and sub-contractors have been scrambling to find new business, and there simply isn't enough of it out there", Mr. Yeager explained. "Our leads allow these contractors and sub-contractors, as well as industry vendors and suppliers, to identify new construction projects before they begin; literally getting them in on the ground floor of new construction projects as they are just getting started".
Compass Direct provides new building permit leads to counties and metros in Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming. The leads are sold on a subscription basis, with new updates delivered each week. Their clients have success in reaching the owners, builders, and architects listed on the permits to offer their products and services via direct mail, telemarketing, and through on site visits.