Location, location, location. A mantra often repeated in the real estate industry since home values are inextricably linked to their location. Home values of course are driven by supply and demand with prices in the UK recently jumping due to pent up demand following the easing of lockdown restrictions.
Recently we looked into research by Howsy examining how those buying or renting a new home may be attracted to properties that allow them to walk to work or use micromobility options and consequently where demand may be increasing. Other factors influencing demand and the values of home prices include:
For many of these we already have a wealth of public and premium datasets available within our Spatial Data Catalog to enrich your own data and analysis.
Homebuyers with children are often concerned about their children’s education and will pay more for a home that is located in a school district with high test scores and a good reputation.
ATTOM is a leading provider of boundary-based spatial data, offering the largest database ever compiled for school boundaries. Their school boundary solutions cover the entire US and include 13,462 district boundaries and 67,274 school boundaries.
School attendance zones are the geographic area around a school that defines where students need to live in order to attend.
Learn more about CARTO’s location data streams, and start incorporating data from ATTOM, and other high-quality data sets into your models and spatial analyses today.
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|This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 960401.|
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