How to paginate through large lists of results and retrieve additional data.

Several of our API endpoints return large lists of property records or listings in sets (or groups), up to 500 records or listings at a time.

This is done to prevent you from receiving potentially thousands or millions of results all at once, instead giving you control over how many results you receive.

You can retrieve additional sets of results for the same query using pagination, controlled with the limit and offset query parameters.


Paginated Endpoints

The following API endpoints return data in a paginated format:


Using the limit Query Parameter

When performing requests to one of the above endpoints, our API will return a maximum of 500 property records or listings at a time.

You can control the number of results returned by these endpoints using the limit query parameter, which can be any number between 1 and 500. It will default to 50 if not provided.

Below is an example request to the /properties endpoint, with the limit query parameter set to 20. It will return a maximum of 20 property records:

curl --request GET \
  --url '' \
  --header 'Accept: application/json' \
  --header 'X-Api-Key: YOUR_API_KEY'

Using the offset Query Parameter

After receiving the initial set of results, you can perform additional requests with the same search criteria and use the offset parameter to retrieve additional result sets.

The offset parameter is the index of the first result returned by our API. It defaults to 0 if not provided, which indicates that our API should return results starting from the first one.

Below is an example request to the /properties endpoint, with the offset query parameter set to 20. It will return property records starting at index 20 and onward:

curl --request GET \
  --url '' \
  --header 'Accept: application/json' \
  --header 'X-Api-Key: YOUR_API_KEY'

The offset query parameter should be a multiple of the limit parameter, and be incremented on each subsequent request. For example, if you are using a limit of 20, the offset should be set to 0 on the first request (or simply omitted), 20 on the second request, 40 on the third, and so on.


When using pagination, it is important to keep all other query parameters (except for offset) the same for each subsequent request to make sure you are paginating through the same list of results.


Reaching the End of Results

If the number of property records or listings returned by our API is less than the limit parameter in any of the responses, that indicates that you’ve reached the end of the result list and no additional requests are necessary.