Residential Boundaries provides geographic boundaries, names, and other locational classifications that define the extent and character of residential neighborhoods. Each polygon covers geography that consists of at least 90% residential housing, including homes, condos, and apartment complexes. Our acquisition system ensures the most current information is used to define and name a residential area.
- Provide real estate portals the ability to locate and compare homes within desired residential areas.
- Generate more accurate valuations and appraisals using increased granularity and refined boundaries.
- Create more targeted direct marketing campaigns.
- Improve local search capabilities and associate lists with specific, named residential areas.
- Covers more than 675,000 unique residential neighborhoods concentrated in the top 500 US metropolitan areas.
- Polygons include: unique and persistent object IDs, primary name, object type, subtype codes, centroid coordinate, and area fields.
- A Names table provides alternative names and languages.
- Exception and function codes help identify unique neighborhoods.
- Neighborhoods are defined using multiple authoritative sources including local government, real estate, tourism, local media and customer feedback.
- Unambiguous boundaries enable more accurate search and analysis results and cleaner visualization.
- A robust hierarchy tailors data organization to meet application needs:
- “M” = Macro neighborhoods
- “N” = Neighborhoods
- “S” = Sub-neighborhoods
- Coverage concentrates around the key metro areas where your customers are located.
- Quarterly updates show where change and coverage expansion has occurred.
- Change table details adds/deletes/changes from last release.
- Coverage: Top Metros in the United States
- Release Schedule: Quarterly
- Unit of Sale: Nation, State