Area & Neighborhood Boundaries DataSpatial Data. Visually Mapped. Precise Location.
Largest Database of Spatial Data for Access to Area & Neighborhood Boundaries
ATTOM Data now offers the largest database ever compiled for area and neighborhood boundaries.
Our area & neighborhood boundary solution covers the entire U.S., which includes over 502 metros, 328,356 residential subdivisions, and 40,878 neighborhood boundaries.
How Area & Neighborhood Boundaries Work
School district boundaries, compiled from Census Bureau data, are then enhanced with school attendance zones data. It’s defined by multiple authoritative sources such as local government, real estate, tourism, local media and customer feedback.
Hand-digitized area boundaries that are unambiguous and non-overlapping are added, which results in more accurate search and cleaner visualizations in analysis.
ATTOM delivers your data in an industry-standard geographic information system (GIS) format called shapefiles, which are refreshed quarterly.
Contains the base-level content required to search for and display the geographic boundary. Presents the boundaries on a map and used within a database to determine specific point using longitude and latitude.
Contains a series of relationships among and between boundaries. Indicates if boundaries overlap each other, are near each other or are wholly contained within each other.
Contains value-added content about the geography that you can interact with for analysis and display purposes like population, family size, school address information and more. Also contains linking keys back to the boundaries.
Benefits of Area & Neighborhood Boundaries Data
- Ease of Access
Quarterly updates make the largest database accurate with boundaries data at your fingertips.
- Increased Precision
Specific locations are pinpointed by longitude and latitude.
- Improved Decision Making
Make informed data-driven decisions to understand neighborhood population and other planning objectives.
How Can You Use ATTOM’s Area & Neighborhood Boundaries Data?
Online or desktop mapping apps that display property information, on maps such as internet listing portals or online research tools.
Site location and risk analytics requiring highly accurate location information, such as for flood zones or county fees analysis.
Real Estate Portals
Understand the make-up of your city, population, neighborhood boundaries, density, etc.