Melville, NY GeoData Plus, provider of key data for real estate valuation professionals, has begun a nationwide roll out of its services, offering detailed property data for all 50 states.
“This is an important milestone for GeoData Plus,” said GeoData president Erik Wind, noting that the company’s nationwide expansion was undertaken at the behest of its clients. “Many of our customers who do business outside of New York have asked if we can provide the same type of service to them elsewhere. We’re really happy we can now be of more help to them, and other real estate professionals outside of New York.”
GeoData Plus currently serves thousands of users, including appraisers, real estate agents, investors, lenders, and government assessors, through its subscription-based website, geodataplus.com. The site provides property research, sales comparables, and foreclosure data on residential and commercial properties in New York and New Jersey. Now, it will offer detailed property data for all 50 states, Wind said. “We provide data and services you simply cannot get anywhere else.”
GeoData Plus’ major clients include Wells Fargo, Corelogic, and leading brokerages Brown Harris Stevens, Douglas Elliman, and Exit Realty, among others.
Data provided by GeoData Plus includes sales comparables, building details and characteristics, zoning classifications, mortgage records, property owner and contact information. It also offers a nationwide foreclosure database of both pre-foreclosures and auctions. Real estate professionals use this information for appraisals, tax assessments, property listings, evaluating investment opportunities, creating accurate reports for the real estate and mortgage industries, and the marketing of mortgage and real estate leads.
In conjunction with its geographic expansion, GeoData Plus unveiled a redesigned website. The easy to navigate new platform includes free access to map-based statistics for every state, county and zip code, video testimonials from industry professionals and easy access to sign up and sign in.
“I encourage real estate professionals to explore our offerings to see how this service can help their businesses,” said Wind. Subscription plans start at just $50 per state, with a 30-day money back guarantee.
Based in Melville, GeoData Plus was established in 2000 as a desktop application used by a small number of appraisers and property-tax reduction professionals in downstate New York and has since evolved into an all-in-one web-based real estate information source for real estate professionals throughout the United States.