With Parceled, unlocking property data for various property parcels is as easy as clicking a few buttons on your phone. But, why does this matter? Why is property data important? We’re here to answer these questions and inform you of the power of property data.
Why is property data important?
When committing to major investments, it’s important to use data to make informed decisions. The more informed you are about the details of the property and geographic area, the lower the risk of unexpected surprises or changes after committing to that investment. Property data allows you to learn all you can about a property before deciding if it’s worth the investment or not.
Property data not only allows you as a buyer and investor to make informed decisions, it also helps to understand the past and predict upcoming trends in the greater real estate market which will help with even more informed decision-making in the future!
What kind of property data can I access with a free Parceled account?
Property data details available with a free Parceled account include:
Property type and zoning — residential, apartment, etc.
County — location of property
Size — lot size and building square footage
APN — assigned by tax assessor for record keeping
Fips Code — to identify specific area of property
Year built — age of property
Taxes & value — rate of property taxes
Valuations — current and past economic value
Property data history — past owners, mortgages, etc.
What kind of property data can I access with a Parceled Plus account?
Owner details — email and phone number contact information
Rent estimates — broken down by unit type, if apartment
Household characteristics — age, education, race
Population — of area
Income — of area
Employment type — of area’s residents
Geographical information — nearby airports, schools, etc.
Occupancy — occupancy rate determined each quarter
Property tax — changes over the years
Crimes, safety, and other risks — natural disasters, crime rate, etc.
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