See what you can do when you combine your
customer and property data with Google Maps

Economic Development

Improve communities

Create a strong economic base by identifying and understanding local communities with unique characteristics.

Analyze potential

Understand neighborhood trends and market values to better help new or existing customers find a home.

Sales and Marketing

Track customers behavior

Understand land purchasing patterns that display how and where you’re effectively reaching your audience.

Improve marketing campaign

Visualize demographics of valuable customers and customize marketing campaigns based on location data.

Improve customer satisfaction

Visualize previous tenants and other resident histories to analyze neighboring properties and to help customers understand market values.

Property Management

Improve maintenance

Easily allocate in real time the closest landlord or maintenance worker to coordinate repairs and reduce revisits to properties.

Organize multiple properties

Quickly update property visits with automatic reports to help understand contractor efficiency and fraud.

Efficient Maintenance

Coordinate technicians

Locations needing maintenance and repair can be pinpointed to where field technicians are available.

Improve repair times

Maintenance and customer information is gathered into one view, providing customer service with a clear picture.
See your data on Google Maps

Make your geospatial data more accessible so that anyone in your workforce, from the office to the field, can find it. With your data securely stored in Google's cloud, mobile workers can access maps anytime, and collaborate from anywhere on any device.

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Your assets

Get a unified view of your assets such as current listings, agent locations and office locations.

 

Your Imagery

Add your own imagery such as floor plans and development site plans for new buildings.

 

Your Data

Map your data such as property sales data, land parcel information and real estate projects.

 

Third-Party Data

Use third-party data such as local services (schools, hospitals, parks), crime rates and neighborhood boundaries.

 

Google Maps

For more information on how you can improve decision-making and performance with Google Maps, contact a Google Sales Consultant.

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