The Property Alert Registration Process takes about 5 minutes and it allows for properties that match the specs you’re looking for to be delivered straight to your inbox.

To register for Property Alerts at

1 – Go  to the home page of the Patrick Parker Realty website

2 – On the Top Right of the Page next to PROPERTY ALERTS click “SIGN-UP”

3 – Click on Advanced Search

4 – Make sure you choose from the dropdown menu what kind of property you are looking for such as “Single Family Residential” or “Rentals”

5 – You can refine your search by checking boxes in the “Select type…” area

6 – Choose the City in which you wish to search
To choose multiple cities hold down your “Ctrl” key as you make your selections.  The “Ctrl” key must be held the entire time as you click.  All cities you select will highlight.  If you make a mistake you can simply
unclick the city name but continue to hold the “Ctrl” key

7 – Select the county
You likely want to hold down “Ctrl” and select Monmouth and Ocean unless you are considering moving outside the immediate area

8 – Tip: Disregard Zip

9 – Enter your Low Price and Enter your High Price

10 – Enter desired number of Bedrooms and Bathrooms

11 – Choose how you’d like to Sort your results

12 – Tip: Disregard Days Listed

13 – Tip: For Renters, Disregard Min Sq Ft

14 – Click “Next Step >”

15 – Complete the registration from by entering your First and Last name, email to which you want your property alerts sent, phone number, email format, and select a password that you will remember to log back into the system so you can save properties and return to them at a later date.

16 – Click “Save my Search”

17 – You will receive a notice that an email has been sent to the email address you registered for confirmation and verification instructions.  You will also then be brought to a page with your search results.  Click “Save Search”

If you need further assistance with the registration process Contact Us so we can help!

 NOTE TO RENTERS: Be aware that some rental properties are seasonal.  As of this time there is no tool available to filter seasonal rentals out of search results.  If it seems too good to be true, look to see if it is a winter rental, if the price is excessively high, it might be a summer rental.  Perhaps a seasonal rental might meet your needs at this time if you are looking for temporary, but if you are looking for permanent this is something to watch out for.