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The Pioneer of Property data

It is Real-estate information source tool. It is a data source used by thousands of real estate professionals throughout the states of New York and New Jersey. GeoData’s clients are appraisers, real estate agents, investors, mortgage companies and tax reduction professionals.


Nationwide Property Data, Reports, Sales Comps

GeoData started in 2000 as desktop application used by a small number of appraisers and property tax reduction professionals. It has since evolved into a web-based application used by thousands of real estate professionals.


  • Investor
  • Real-Estate
  • Data Aggregation
  • Real state and Property
  • .Net Core
  • Javascript
  • Jquery
  • Vb.Net
  • Web API
  • Country: Global
  • Team Members: 8




  • If you work in real estate, you must understand the distinction between building classification and zoning.
  • Many distressed homeowners attempted to work out solutions with their lender, but were unable to reach an agreement, and as a result, the lender filed a lis pendens on their property.
  • You’ve arrived at your listing appointment, and everything is going swimmingly. It’s time to talk about pricing, and you’ve prepared a beautiful CMA report using MLS comparisons. What could possible go wrong?


  • Finding a zoning code may be as simple as opening a property report in GeoData Plus. They visited all of these towns, villages, and cities to generate a single zoning map for all of Nassau County, which they then put to map layers.
  • GeoData Plus has a foreclosure database covering all fifty states. You may develop contact lists for troubled homeowners in your area whether you live in New York, Florida, California, Iowa, or anyplace else in the United States where pre-foreclosures are published. Now may not be the best moment to purchase or sell, but it is an excellent time to expand your business by cultivating partnerships.
  • When you search for comps in GeoData Plus, you can see any sales, whether or not they are in the MLS. Between FSBOs (for sale by owner), exclusive (non-MLS) listings that sold, and iBuyer transactions, there may be a number of arms-length transactions that can be utilised as sales comparables. GeoData Plus collects all of them.