New Technology Partnership Adds Another Competitive Advantage for Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate
Posted by Jeanette Price — September 26, 2016
SEATTLE, WA USA - Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate today announced its partnership with HouseCanary, a San Francisco-based technology company that delivers insights and analytics derived from the most accurate and comprehensive data platform in residential real estate. Leveraging the same data science practices employed by Wall Street analysts, HouseCanary offers agents and brokers a disproportionate advantage for meeting the increasing demands of sophisticated clients.
With HouseCanary, agents and brokers get on-demand access to the industry’s most accurate property and market analytics. HouseCanary’s team of PhDs and data scientists have taken an exhaustive approach to organizing, normalizing, cleansing and modeling data across 381 U.S. markets and 20,000 zip codes. Armed with deep analysis, visual graphs and reports, trusted real estate advisors can help clients better identify opportunities, pinpoint emerging markets, foresee risk, and forecast return with the highest degree of accuracy. Clients gain greater confidence and make more informed decisions that lead to better performance over time.
“New technology often tries to remove the professional from the problem,” said Jim Adams, CTO of HouseCanary. “We’ve taken a totally different approach, as we see a way to support and complement professionals. Ultimately, this is about helping everyone make better real estate decisions.”
Founded in 2014, HouseCanary’s mission is to help people make better real estate decisions. Built on a foundation of great data, powerful models and predictive analytics, the HouseCanary platform aggregates thousands of data elements, including more than four decades of property data and a rapidly expanding arsenal of proprietary data calculations and analytics, to accurately define and forecast property values and market influences. HouseCanary is financed by a $22 million Series A from investors behind disruptive innovation. Notable investors include Hillspire (Eric Schmidt’s family office), Basepoint Ventures, ECA Ventures, Raven Ventures Australia, Egon Durban and several industry luminaries. More information is available at www.housecanary.com.