Real Estate Industry
Almost 90% of real estate buyers in the U.S. purchased their home from a real estate agent in the last year – a number that has continued to increase since 2001 when less than 70% of buyers used a real estate agent. Now with over 1.2 million members of the National Association of Realtors (NAR) it has become instrumental for real estate agents, mortgage lenders, appraisers and real estate developers to have the most accurate data about each property at their fingertips.
Virtually all real estate transactions in the US rely heavily on data regarding property lines and other property attributes to compare the real estate available and make decisions. Property attributes can include acreage, zoning, flood zone, land use, school district, year built, last transfer date, sale price and more. In the past, real estate developers, real estate brokers, appraisers and others in the real estate industry performed property research by sorting through catalogued documents at the county courthouse or recorder’s office to discover sales history, records of ownership, tax assessed value, and other parcel data. However, with more municipalities investing in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to enter property data electronically, much of the property information is now available online.
GIS Tools for Real Estate Professionals
Now that professionals in the real estate industry rely more heavily on GIS technology and geospatial data in place of plat books and county research, choosing the right provider of GIS and geospatial data has become critical to the success of real estate professionals around the country. From real estate brokers, mortgage lenders and real estate appraisers to real estate developers and surveyors, accurate, comprehensive and convenient parcel information can be the key to timeliness and efficiency in each real estate transaction.
ReportAll offers the ultimate in low cost, instant access to parcel data downloads, parcel data searches, a parcel data layer and a mobile app with on-site property lines and parcel data available 24/7, with coverage of over 97.6% of all property parcels in the United States. All our parcel shapefiles include property lines and up to forty-two property attributes for over 149.1M parcels.
Property Lines and Parcel Data Tools
PARLAY 2.0:When Real estate professionals need property lines and parcel data as a Google Earth layer they choose ReportAll’s PARLAY 2.0. With over 149.1 million parcel polygons interacting within Google Earth, over 55 million building footprints, one-click direct access to assessor or taxing authority online records by clicking on the parcel ID Number where available and up-to-date coverage for over 149.1 million properties, PARLAY 2.0 is the smart choice for real estate professionals.
ReportAll Online: The basic and advanced search tools available to access the most comprehensive and up-to-date nationwide parcel database enables real estate professionals and developers to pull up data by searching with specific criteria such as Parcel ID, address, owner name, transfer date, sale price, square footage, land use or more.
LandGlide: Realtors® and their buyers enjoy our on-site property line mobile application available on the Apple App Store and Google Play that pulls up parcel boundaries and property data including last transfer date, sale price, school district and more. LandGlide supports your cellular data access so you can search parcel records in the field with real estate property boundary overlays.