Maponics LLC has announced an agreement with Realtors Property Resource LLC to provide attendance boundaries for school districts — and, where available, individual schools — to the national property database.
RPR, which is available only to members of the National Association of Realtors, provides users with assessor and recorder data, active and off-market listings, and information on mortgages, foreclosures and preforeclosures, demographics and schools.
Norwich, Vt.-based Maponics, which supplies neighborhood boundary definitions to many property listing sites, announced in May that it would also provide school district boundaries and attendance boundaries for individual schools.
Maponics launched its school boundaries product with nationwide coverage of school districts, also providing attendance boundaries for individual schools attended by about 20 percent of the U.S. student population.
In announcing the second release of the product in September, Maponics said it had mapped attendance zones for 34,000 individual public schools in nearly 2,500 cities attended by 40 percent of the U.S. student population.
Maponics says it’s now mapped attendance zones for schools in 7,500 cities and towns in 49 states and Washington, D.C. accounting for 60 percent of the student population.
Realtor.com operator Move Inc. said in July it would adopt Maponics’ neighborhood and school attendance boundaries.
RPR, which went live in September, will integrate Maponics school data to allow its users to view the relationship between properties and public schools in map displays, and generate reports and analytics for individual school attendance zones and school districts.
Briefing Realtors at their annual convention in New Orleans last month, RPR President Marty Frame said that multiple listing services with 200,000 Realtors in 40 markets were using RPR, and that MLSs representing an additional 275,000 members were expected to be live by the end of the year.