Parcel Boundaries - Real Estate Spatial Analysis

Documents, maps and other information that depict rights and interest in property.

Parcel boundaries provide the foundation for informed decision-making in communications, utilities, insurance and government applications. When parcel information is maintained in a geographic information system (GIS), it can be integrated in an informational workflow that is easily shared and accessed within - and between - departments and organizations.

The Pitney Bowes Parcel datasets empower businesses to geographically analyze data and make the correct decision based on property boundaries. With the flexibility to integrate into most software systems, the Pitney Bowes geocoding and spatial products have long set the standard for geocoding accuracy, spatial analysis and speed. Parcel level data sets the highest standard for accuracy and spatial analysis.

Features

  • Assessor Parcel Number (APN) and NED 30m grid data parcel centroid elevation
  • Census code indicating state, county, tract, block group, and block
  • Address data  cleansed to ensure that all of the elements are spelled correctly and the ZIP Codes are current
  • Compatible with StreetPro®

Parcel boundaries provide the foundation for informed decision-making in communications, utilities, insurance and government applications. When parcel information is maintained in a geographic information system (GIS), it can be integrated in an informational workflow that is easily shared and accessed within - and between - departments and organizations.

The Pitney Bowes Parcel datasets empower businesses to geographically analyze data and make the correct decision based on property boundaries. With the flexibility to integrate into most software systems, the Pitney Bowes geocoding and spatial products have long set the standard for geocoding accuracy, spatial analysis and speed. Parcel level data sets the highest standard for accuracy and spatial analysis.

Features

  • Assessor Parcel Number (APN) and NED 30m grid data parcel centroid elevation
  • Census code indicating state, county, tract, block group, and block
  • Address data  cleansed to ensure that all of the elements are spelled correctly and the ZIP Codes are current
  • Compatible with StreetPro®

Parcel Boundaries

While using parcel data in their daily operations, companies are realizing new ways to enhance capabilities, improve services
and reduce operating costs for:


Disaster prevention, assessment and recovery

Overlaying parcel data with satellite imagery to assess damage following catastrophic events

Determining potential flood, wild fire or other risk hazards when providing insurance premium pricing

Retail and real estate

Accurately locating retail and site properties for sale and learning more about surrounding geographies

Aligning service territories to parcel boundaries to more precisely define service areas

Public sector and utilities

Improving the accuracy of tax jurisdiction assignments

Managing assets across multiple properties without physical mailing addresses, such as meters and transformers, cell towers and more

Defining which customers are serviced by a grid to respond to outages more efficiently