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How You Can Benefit from a Real Estate API as a Property Investor

How You Can Benefit from a Real Estate API as a Property Investor

As a real estate investor, how do you predict which properties are most likely to provide a strong return on investment? You may use a range of resources in your work to help you calculate which properties will be the most profitable, from the MLS to your connections with local real estate agents. Another brilliant tool to include in your... Read More »
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ATTOM Data Solutions To Provide School District Boundary Data to International Location Intelligence Company

ATTOM Data Solutions To Provide School District Boundary Data to International Location Intelligence Company

Property data is innovating in ways that some may not be familiar with. Recently, ATTOM Data Solutions began providing school district and school attendance boundary information for geo-spatial analytics, to CARTO, the world’s leading Location Intelligence platform. CARTO enables organizations to use spatial data and analysis for more efficient... Read More »
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How Property Data Can Help Save You Time and Money on Your Pre-Qualification and Pre-Approval as a Mortgage Lender

How Property Data Can Help Save You Time and Money on Your Pre-Qualification and Pre-Approval as a Mortgage Lender

  The pre-qualification and pre-approval stages of the loan origination process can often be stressful and time consuming for smaller mortgage lenders. You may not always have the manpower and revenue you need to quickly and efficiently qualify prospective borrowers. This can mean that you fall behind your larger competitors. Moreover, you... Read More »

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