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Property Analytics

Property Analytics
Dennis Khvostionov

Dennis Khvostionov

In this video we’re going to discuss the Property Analytics Map Layers category. 

Using these layers you can quickly understand the makeup of neighborhoods by different property types. 

The Living Area Layer allows you to see what the home sizes are throughout the region.

Next you can view Bedroom Counts and Bathroom Counts. 


With our Lot Size Layer, you can quickly understand the lay-of-the-land in any specific neighborhood or selected area. 

The Lot Slope Layer shows you an average Lot Slope %. This is very helpful when you want to understand the slope of the lot without the need to visit the property. 

The Lot Usable Space Layer allows you to see how much of the lot is still usable for any potential additions, pool, or auxiliary buildings. 


The Garage Layer shows the number of parking spots in the Garage or Carport on the property.


The Pool Layer helps identify which homes have pools and which do not. This is helpful to see if a pool is common within an area.  

Please note that there are more layers in this category and you can scroll down to see them.


The Stories Layer shows you the number of Stories a property has. Allowing you to understand the typical number of stories per home has in any given neighborhood.


The Age Layer will pinpoint the age of homes from the date they were originally built. See cities and counties being developed over time and where neighborhoods and subdivisions are created, exposing old neighborhoods improving where new homes are being constructed. 

Property Type

The Property Type Layer allows you to quickly identify different property types in any area. Quickly identify pockets of single family homes, condos, townhouses and undeveloped land. 


The HOA Fee Layer visualizes the monthly HomeOwner Association dues. The data for this fee is typically only available at the time of sale. So keep in mind that you may see some fluctuations in the amount because of increasing dues over time.

Dennis Khvostionov

Dennis Khvostionov