Neighborhood Saturation Mailing List
How to create a Neighborhood Mailing List – Is it the Best Option?
To answer the question, start by defining your geographic market area. Then ask yourself this simple question, are most of the deliveries in your market area prospects for your product or service. If you answer yes, then a less expensive neighborhood saturation mailing list will do just fine. If you answered no then you may need a targeted consumer mailing list.
Watch the video to learn more about a Carrier Route Saturation Mailing List
Neighborhood Mailing Lists for Sale
Price: 5¢ per address – $50 minimum order
How to Create a Subdivision Mailing List
Neighborhoods often consist of several subdivisions. If you need a subdivision mailing list, start by finding the complete address of a property within that subdivision. Use that address to identify the mail carrier that delivers to the residences located in the subdivision. Using a mail carrier route map, locate the boundaries of the carrier route you identified. If it is a large subdivision, there may be more than one mail carrier. Furthermore, the carrier may also have other homes on his route that are not part of the subdivision. The next step is to order a neighborhood saturation mailing list by carrier route number. After you receive the list, remove those addresses that are not part of the subdivision you are targeting.
|Demographic filters based on Neighborhood Averages are available as follows:|
|Radius of an area by distance|
|Median Home Values|
|Median Income Levels|
|Dwelling Types: Single Family, Multi Family, Trailers|
|Percentage of Households with children|
|Number of Businesses|
Residential Saturation Mailing Lists: Format & Delivery Options
Residential Saturation Mailing Lists will be sent by E-mail in Excel or CSV Format.
Mailing Lists can also be sent as a PDF and formatted to run standard Avery 5160 3-Up Label Sheets.
Peel & Stick Labels Are Available
Add 3.5¢ per address (Includes shipping)
How Deliverable is a Residential Saturation Mailing List?
The source of our residential saturation mailing lists is the US Post Office so you know it is up to date. The data is updated on a regular basis by the mail carrier who delivers the mail every day. The list does not include the names and will be addressed to “Current Resident”, so as long as the home is occupied the mail will be delivered.