Graphiq, a provider of real estate data visualizations, is broadening the range and precision of its offerings through a partnership with Pitney Bowes, a provider of products and services that power commerce.
By leveraging Pitney Bowes’ geographic data capabilities, Graphiq will be able to deliver enhanced data to brokerages, listing portals and multiple listing services on local neighborhoods and school zones, among other geographic areas, Graphiq said in a press release.
Graphiq’s visualizations can represent everything from age distribution to cost of ownership at a hyperlocal level.
“Pitney Bowes’ neighborhood and community data is the most detailed in the industry,” said Alex Rosenberg, vice president of enterprise at Graphiq, in a statement.
“With this partnership, brokerages and portals will be able to easily access granular information at the neighborhood level without the extensive cost and complexity of working with raw data.”
Graphiq will bake Pitney Bowes data into interactive visualizations and then deliver the images through an application programming interface (API).
Graphiq customers, such as real estate brokerages, can tap the API to embed the visualizations on their websites or integrate them into other “digital experiences.”