Real Estate

Graphiq partners with CoreLogic to create visual data for real estate

Provides MLS users instant data visualizations

CoreLogic, a global property information, analytics and data-enabled solutions provider, announced a collaboration with Graphiq, a technology and data visualization company, to bring interactive visualizations to the real estate industry.

CoreLogic noted that traditionally, it provides property insights to real estate companies and developers through raw data applications.

Now through the collaboration, CoreLogic will provide Graphiq with data, at which point Graphiq will build interactive visualizations. Graphiq will then provide these embeddable visualizations to its customers.

Graphiq will visualize and deliver data through tis interactive visualizations API, providing instant access to data on 150 million properties in the U.S. The solutions are designed to reduce time to market and implementation costs for real estate companies and developers.

“What’s unique about this collaboration is that we’re not just passing through CoreLogic data, we’re adding value by managing, visualizing and delivering insights directly to customers,” said Alex Rosenberg, Graphiq vice president and general manager of Enterprise.

“The project ROI improvements are massive, and will substantially improve data accessibility in the real estate space,” Rosenberg said.

“We’re expanding our existing relationship with Graphiq because of their unique data platform and the ability of their team to quickly deliver modular visualization tools to the real estate industry,” said Chris Bennett, CoreLogic general manager of real estate solutions.

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