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22 AI Real Estate Companies to Know

Buying a house in a competitive market is a mentally taxing venture that reportedly involves fourteen distinct emotional stages. That means real-estate agents have to show empathy and compassion when prospective buyers need a boost—in other words, can’t be bots. In 2014, an AI-powered bot showed enough humanity to pass the Turing Test, but it passed as a 13-year-old boy. Thirteen-year-olds don’t typically sell …

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The lightest and most comprehensive real estate development software.

Deepblocks Developer includes a comprehensive 3D modeler, advanced financial analysis capabilities, and the ability to export data in both PDF and CSV formats. Let us delve into the key features of the Deepblocks Developer, which include a comprehensive 3D modeler, advanced financial analysis capabilities, and the ability to export data in both PDF and CSV …

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Introducing Deepblocks Developer, a lighter feasibility software. 

Deepblocks Developer combines all the functionalities needed to do a back-of-the-envelope calculation for development and acquisition.  Excited to introduce a new product, Deepblocks Developer, a back-of-the-envelope software combining 3D modeling, financial projections, and PDF presentations. It’s equivalent to having Excel, SketchUp, and PowerPoint in an integrated workflow. All for $18/mo.  How does Deepblocks Developer work? …

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Hundreds of commercial development sites with buildable areas between 50,000 and 500,000 SF in Fort Worth’s tract 1237.

With the second fastest economic growth, Fort Worth’s tract has plenty of room for new development. Downtown Fort Worth has loads of development capacity. We adjusted the Deepblocks’ search for properties with less than 3,000 square feet. For this exercise, we considered these vacant. Then we searched for the allowable buildable area, and we discovered …

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Top five tracts with the highest economic growth trends in Fort Worth, Texas.

These five tracts in Fort Worth, Texas, have the highest growth trends in median income, median rent, and employment per population.  We’ve combined the trends for median income, median rent, and employment per population into a single economic index. These five tracts have the highest combined trends across all 218 Fort Worth tracts. The location …

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Utopia in Fort Worth’s Downtown Tract 1233.02.

This Fort Worth downtown tract has unlimited zoning capacity and industrial-residential-agricultural mixed-use. We found a utopia in Texas. There is so much potential in downtown tract 1233.02. Not only does it have unlimited buildable area in the zoning rules, but it also allows for multifamily, industrial, and urban agriculture—on the same site. These innovative zoning …

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Top five neighborhoods for real estate investment in Fort Worth, Texas.

We’ve compared all census tracts across Fort Worth based on demographics, construction, zoning, and economic conditions. Introducing our data-driven formula to identify census tracts with the highest growth trends in any given city. It combines demographic growth, construction activity growth, zoning capacity, and economic growth. We are bullish on the results of these findings and …

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A series of graphs showing the direct relationship between economic data and construction activity in 5 cities in Texas.

Are economic trends and construction activity correlated?

We have discovered a direct correlation between economic trends and construction activity in the Dallas-Fort Worth MSA.  The correlation between construction activity and economic trends makes sense. It makes sense because construction loans are required, and given the tight margins, interest rates can break the bottom line of a new development project.  Why is the …

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Density growth index applied to Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area.

How to leverage data to detect investment opportunities automatically? The first step is determining which city has the best metrics. We conducted a pilot study on five cities in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area. We compared Irving, Fort Worth, Dallas, Arlington, and Garland across population density, economic growth, construction density, development density, and existing building …

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Fort Worth's top five tracts for each metric cluster in and around the downtown region or the city's northeast section. 

Real Estate Investment Automation: Narrowing down the best neighborhoods.

We used a data-driven approach to narrow down the best neighborhoods in Fort Worth, Texas.  Fort Worth, Texas, has 218 census tracts. The data we’ve considered includes population and economic growth, construction activity, existing and potential density, and an index created from all the metrics combined.  Where are Fort Worth’s most exciting investment areas? Using …

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