NYC property data, simplified: Introducing TRD Listings powered by LavaMap

Get professional-level details on any NYC sale, rental or investment property

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Nov.November 12, 2020 01:45 PM
TRD Listings

“Time you enjoy wasting was not wasted.” So said ex-Beatle and peace-seeker John Lennon. We’re pretty sure he wasn’t referring to the tedious task of searching for properties in New York City. As any savvy buyer or investor knows, one can easily spend hours compiling data from multiple sources to get a clear picture of a listing.

That’s why we’re excited to introduce TRD Listings powered by LavaMap, the search engine built to empower real estate brokers, investors and owners. TRD Listings allows you to explore any NYC building, block or lot and get key details, ranging from the construction date and current occupants to financing and finishes.

The interactive map allows you to explore by area, with color-coded pin points to indicate the opportunity: sale, rental or investment.

Within each description you can drill down to property records and get accurate data on the details that matter, including property use, zoning, taxes, comps, ownership, violations and more.

TRD subscribers have the ability to save listings with a group of collaborators, get activity notifications and create public lists.

TRD Listings will save you time that you can enjoy elsewhere — even by wasting it. So start exploring today.


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