Technology

Everyhome.co update fuses big data with smart city engineering

Clever software unearths in seconds a property's highest and best use to facilitate sales and redevelopment
  • With a major upgrade announced this week, Everyhome is now looking at property on a larger scale.
  • After hiring and consulting with some heavy-hitting data scientists, Everyhome's capabilities extend to analyzing a city's most underutilized properties and reporting back their highest and best use.
  • Like so many other big industries, real estate is creeping toward subservience to big data.

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Have suggestions for products that you'd like to see reviewed by our real estate technology expert? Email Craig Rowe. Everyhome.co is a data-driven real estate search and property information portal. Platform(s): Desktop, browser-agnostic Ideal for: Agents, teams and brokerages who work with investors. Top selling points Widespread applications beyond residential real estate Consolidation of dense data into slick interface Intrinsic zoning code interpretation Top concerns Stand-alone product Current market limitations Will new features overshadow initial home search offerings? What you should know I reviewed Everyhome.co a few months ago. It helps people make an offer on a home not listed with any agent. Or, you can list your home as available on Everyhome and see if anyone bites. With a major upgrade announced this week, Everyhome is now looking at property on a larger scale. According to Everyhome co-founder Bryan Copley, this new release is align...