Advanced Mapping Capabilities For MLS Systems
Realist® from CoreLogic® features advanced mapping functionality that helps you visualize subject properties, comparables, market trends and points-of-interest. Its dynamic interface supports the searching and capturing of property data - including listings, recent sales and foreclosures. The Realist Map lets you layer multiple drawing tools such as polygon, rectangular and circular shapes to identify a geographic area or you can zoom in on a specific property with road, aerial and bird's eye views. Instantly identify if a subject property is located next to a freeway, waterway, school, shopping area or other point-of-interest.
Use the dynamic mapping tools to:
- View subject and nearby property characteristics
- View foreclosure activity in the area
- View sales and listing activity in a neighborhood
- View thematic maps showing market conditions and trends
View Key Market & Real Estate Trends from All Angles
Analyze and understand how real estate and market trends, coupled with geography can affect you and your business. Realist provides everything you need to realize the benefits of spatial analysis with a single, easy-to-use solution.
- Mapping is completely integrated with searching - view tax and MLS information (foreclosures, listings and recently sold properties) together on the map
- Begin your search from a map, view the results, annotate and then print/email for a comprehensive presentation of data
- Visualize and study market trend information through thematic mapping including median sale price, median home value, sales activity, median square foot, etc
New Insight with Map Visualization
By simply typing an address, you are taken to the correct location on a map where you can provide answers to questions such as:
- Is the site near a railroad or highway?
- Are there parks or other facilities nearby?
- What is the range of home values?
- Are there good schools nearby?
Using the integrated map, you can visually determine the properties available for sale in any given neighborhood and weigh the relative pros and cons of each location. Use the search tools to locate listings, based on location or attributes. For example, you could choose from among all of your listings the ones that are in a specific school district, a particular price range, or have a minimum number of rooms.