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You can verify even more UK residential addresses when you use Multiple Residence alongside Royal Mail PAF. Businesses like yours can soon see where one building may have many individual flats and apartments all sharing the same front door!

Multiple Residence is essential in today’s online shopping environment to ensure that your package is delivered to the right address, within the right building. This helps reduce the chances of the mailings going missing or being received by the wrong person. More importantly, it helps ensure that a customer remains loyal to you as you have their address!

What is Multiple Residence?


The Multiple Residence Data File works alongside the Royal Mail PAF, ensuring your data is as clean as possible and allows you to reach the additional addresses not on PAF.

There are over 2,000 records added each month to the Multiple Residence File. Currently the file size stands at over 800,000 records which aren’t included in the Royal Mail PAF file.

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Why you should use Multiple Residence


There’s a number of reasons why you should use Multiple Residence alongside the Royal Mail PAF, including:


Improve Customer Experience


Make the customer experience as smooth as possible by having their address.

Reduce the chance of fraud


Ensure the mailings reach the intended customer within the building.

Minimise the chance of returns


Reduce the chance of mailings going to the wrong address and being returned

Multiple Residence Demo

Give it a try for yourself

Our Fuzzy logic means you can start at any point in the address such as the flat name, misspelled or even try "six" instead of "6" as a flat number!

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This table shows the relative age and wealth of the local population compared to the country as a whole. A - F indicates the age (A being the youngest, F the oldest), and 1 - 4 indicates the wealth (1 being the wealthiest, 4 being the least wealthy).

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