WATCH: Here’s how to use TRData to tap into the latest market intel

TRD New York /
May.May 02, 2017 01:50 PM

When a development firm approaches a lender or investors in the hunt for debt or equity, it needs solid market intelligence to lay the groundwork for the pitch. And when a broker is trying to price an asset which is about to hit the market, he or she needs to know what’s underway nearby.

The Real Deal’s research division, TRData, has created the city’s most-comprehensive new development pipeline, compiled from dozens of publicly available databases, and it’s available for free to browse. In this user tutorial, we explain how developers and brokers can search the site for new projects by neighborhood, size or by asset class such as condominium, co-op or rental.

TRData provides over 100,000 pages of data covering properties, individuals, companies and transactions, providing a powerful source of information for anyone involved in the New York real estate business.

For more information on TRData, see our About Us page or reach out to Derek Smith at [email protected] For information on subscriptions and data packages, see our Subscriptions page.

(Video by Alistair Gardiner for The Real Deal)


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