Real Estate Professionals
Conduct comprehensive research, targeted property searches, perform accurate market analysis, visualize data spatially, generate professional reports, make informed decisions, and improve efficiency and productivity in day-to-day operations.
With PropertyKey’s IMAPP platform, users gain access to a one-stop integrated view of all pertinent data available on a property in a single property profile, including building permits, code violations, rental information, market value and equity, and direct contact details not found in other tools. The benefits of the platform include:
- Efficient Due Diligence: Integrating data sources in one place allows users to perform due diligence more efficiently. They can quickly access permit history, code violation records, and public records to assess a property’s compliance with regulations and identify any potential red flags. This helps ensure that transactions proceed smoothly and minimizes the risk of surprises or complications during the closing process.
- Market Analysis and Insights: Integrating various data sources makes it easy to conduct comprehensive market analysis. Users can identify trends, track property sales, and evaluate market conditions more effectively. This results in gaining a deeper understanding of the market, enabling users to advise clients on optimal pricing strategies, investment opportunities, and potential risks.
- Accurate Property Valuation: Users can analyze recent sales data in the market and compare it with property square footage and assessed values to find pricing trends and discrepancies. This can help provide more precise pricing recommendations to sellers and buyers, improving credibility and increasing the likelihood of successful transactions.
- Property History and Disclosures: Users have access to information about a property’s history, including any previous issues or violations. This information is valuable for buyer representation, as it helps ensure clients are fully informed about the property’s condition and any potential legal or financial concerns. Accurate disclosures can foster trust with clients and protect agents from legal liabilities.
- Identifying Investment Opportunities: By analyzing code violations, permits, and tax records, properties can be pinpointed with potential for improvement, renovation, or development. This allows users to advise clients on investment prospects, estimate renovation costs and potential returns, enhancing expertise in the investment property market.
- Client Education and Guidance: Integrated data empowers users to provide clients with comprehensive information and guidance. This allows clients to be educated about property maintenance costs, tax implications, and any potential restrictions or obligations associated with specific properties. This helps clients make informed decisions and build trust.
PropertyKey launches IMAPP platform in Minnesota
PropertyKey will launch our next-generation real estate information and visualization tool, IMAPP, in Minnesota. IMAPP enables all industry segments to take client interactions, targeted marketing programs, and business growth to the next level.Read More >
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