Canadians are looking for more ways to drive better real estate decisions, and a new data tool may just be the answer.
The estate sales and marketing company, kaplan realty, recently launched a new real estate marketing program called DataRise.
The company claims to provide a new tool for real estate agents and brokers, which can help them understand the changing landscape in real estate.
“We are creating a tool to help you get more results,” said the company’s president, Matt Coker.
“Our goal is to bring more information to your decision making, so you can actually make better decisions.
Our goal is not to just sell you a property, but to help guide you towards a sale that will be successful.”
The new tool is currently available in the Kaplan Real Estate App and is being made available in Canada.
The company’s website has a lot more information on the tool, including a section dedicated to real estate sales data.
It’s available for free for a limited time.
Coker told CBC News the company is hoping to create an online tool for Canadians that will eventually be integrated into the real estate app.
Kaplan says the data it provides can help buyers and sellers understand trends in real-estate sales, including the impact of different types of property types.
“A lot of times you can’t really understand the dynamics in the marketplace because you don’t have that type of information,” Coker said.
“You’re not looking at the real data, you’re looking at what’s being sold.”
In addition to selling properties, Kaplan says it also helps buyers understand their options in a market.
“This is the same kind of thing we see in the home buyer’s market,” Cokers said.
“If you don to buy a home, you have options that you could have other options, but you’re not buying the same house.
You’re just buying the next house that is on the market.”
Coker says that while data-driven real estate buying can make buying a property more enjoyable, it also can have negative consequences for a seller.
“You don’t want to get sucked into this trap of buying an estate that’s not going to sell for you because you’re going to be sold for less,” he said.
Kplan says a number of different factors are being considered when it comes to determining what types of properties a buyer or seller will be interested in purchasing.
The tool will also be available in other Canadian markets.
Kaplans data can also be used in real life situations, such as with real estate managers.
“As a real estate agent, I think this is an important tool,” said Coker, adding that if you or someone you know is looking to buy or sell property, then DataRize is an easy way to help.