After a successful launch in the Manhattan and San Francisco real estate markets, home, apartment, condo, and co-op review website Revaluate has done its data-mining magic for every home in Chicagoland. Revaluate refines and organizes massive amounts of government data that powers its algorithms, which lets consumers quickly compare homes while also allowing them to drill into the fascinating and useful details. The company continuously mines and processes data to spot trends and notify users of changes to neighborhoods and properties. All of that number-crunching results in free detailed reports for every Chicago address. Company officials say that those reports are built in part from never-before-seen data, unlocking a total of 598 records per address. Revaluate cuts to the chase and answers the big question: “What’s it really like to live there?” With Revaluate, prospective renters and homeowners enter an address to access information on critical factors suc...
- After a successful launch in the Manhattan and San Francisco real estate markets, home review website Revaluate has done its data-mining magic for every home in Chicagoland.
- The company says that it culls 598 data points for every address in Chicago.
- That's ten times more data than that which is usually available to buyers and renters.
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