Real Estate Development

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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Developer Case Study: Mixed-Use in Medellin, Colombia

Using Deepblocks Developer, we can go worldwide and generate a new construction project analysis. Today we look at Medellin, Colombia.  As an architecture student, I relished the opportunity to reshape the world. However, upon entering the practice, I was met with the harsh reality that my role was not to innovate but to formally convey …

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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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Screen recording of deepblocks software showing the houses in fort worth built from the 1900s to 2020.

Three hundred sixty-one homes near downtown Fort Worth are nearly 100 years old.

Fort Worth tract 1038.00, near downtown, has 797 homes built between 1900 and 1960s.  There are numerous old houses with tons of character, great structures, and solid foundations. When I looked into tract 1038.00 in Fort Worth, I found the following opportunities: 797 houses built before 1960 and 361 built before 1930. What are the …

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A sample of Deepblocks software showing the median income map layer ranging from 2013 to 2020 with the focus areas being census tracts in Downtown Fort Worth

Median income from 2013 to 2020 in downtown Fort Worth.

Some of Fort Worth’s downtown tracts’ median income has doubled in seven years. Fort Worth’s downtown tracts 1237.00 and 1038.00 are in the top five of economic growth. I used the Deepblocks dynamic layers to see how median income changed from 2013 to 2020. This feature helps create investment narratives around economic growth. Tract 1038.00 …

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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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Residential opportunities in Fort Worth’s tract 1110.20.

There are 21 residential investment opportunities for rebuilding or renovating this Fort Worth neighborhood. We are testing different formulas for identifying early investment opportunities. In other words: Where can I buy relatively cheap now and hold 5-7 years for a big return? This Fort Worth neighborhood, tract 1110.20, has an interesting narrative. Why is Fort …

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The last vacant assemblages in Fort Worth’s census tract 1139.48.

In Fort Worth’s tract 1139.48, 16 vacant parcels and potential assemblages allow for light industrial, retail, or residential.  Fort Worth’s tract 1139.48 is the third fastest-growing population density out of 218 tracts. Since 2010, its population has doubled. The median income is $80k; however, almost every adjacent tract is in the six-figure. This tract may …

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