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Tap into the Full Potential of Property Data – Video Tutorials Added

GeoData_Easy_Help_Video_Tutorials At GeoData Plus, we do our absolute best to educate all of our clients on how to use our service.  We start by making sure all of our new clients participate in a training usually done through a screen sharing session. The session isn’t pre-recorded or with a group of other new Read More

New York Foreclosure Activity Drops in 2016

Foreclosures-GeoData-NewYork-2016 A recent HousingWire article cites multiple foreclosure data reports with a summary of “Rate of foreclosures fell 30%”. That’s quite a number. So we got curious about how New York compared to that data.  Some caveats first: The Black Knight report cited in HousingWire Read More

Prospecting is Now a Little Easier

phone-small While GeoData is well known as a source for all kinds of property data used for valuation and research, it’s also useful as a prospecting tool. Our latest feature just made prospecting a little easier. Some time ago, we added telephone numbers to our property reports.  That was great, but Read More

Islip Building Attributes Now Available

islip For those of you who do business in Suffolk County, you know how it’s traditionally been very difficult to get good property data such as square footage, year built and zoning, without having to travel to local assessor offices.  Times seem to be changing. Over the past year, we’ve Read More

Substantial Updates Made to Upstate New York

map-43774_1280 For those of you who have GeoData for New York City and Long Island may have asked at some point about Westchester, Rockland, or other counties.  Up until now, the information in those areas has been limited.  That’s changed dramatically. With our latest version of GeoData, we now have Read More

Looking for Sales Comparables in New York and New Jersey?

Sales comparables are some of the most important pieces of data needed when entering into a real estate transaction. While there are some local government web sites and private data sources out there that might help you find them if you’re willing to do a lot of legwork, where can you Read More

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