The Real Deal is opening up our data vault

Our new subscription service serves up TRD’s industry-standard rankings — and the exclusive data behind them

TRD Data offers the exclusive real estate data you need

The Real Deal is opening up our data vault to share the numbers behind our unmatched industry rankings, as well as a growing cache of other unique datasets to inform the decisions of savvy real estate professionals who understand that numbers are everything in this business.

TRD takes the calculus of real estate as seriously as you do, which is why our new subscription service, TRD Data, provides insider access to TRD’s proprietary industry rankings — and the datasets that back them up — across markets and industry sectors.

Our vault now includes new exclusive access to detailed deal information — for example, the datasets for our top NYC brokerage and individual agent rankings include both resales and new development and each agent/team’s total volume, deal count and contact information, but they also include details on each of the the nearly 50,000 deals the rankings are based on, including the address, neighborhood, property type and price.

What’s more, our datasets include contact details for the firms and agents across all our rankings allowing you to expand your network with emails, addresses, phone numbers, and websites.

This new data has been added to our one-stop access to 33 complete datasets, which also include rankings for general contractors, lenders, law firms and architects and more.

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These datasets span all the markets TRD covers — New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, South Florida, Chicago and Texas — and the range of available data continues to expand.

As a subscriber to the TRD Data vault, you’ll have access to a constant stream of new datasets beyond our trademark rankings, such as data on what countries most foreign buyers of NYC real estate hail from, and where most out-of-state buyers of NYC properties are from

Future additions will include breakdowns of which brokerages and agents move the most volume in NYC’s hottest neighborhoods, and what areas in the city have the most all-cash deals.

In additional to proprietary deal information for top brokers and brokerages, TRD Data includes detailed data sets on the specific projects that the top general contractors and architects have filed permits for, the individual loans that the city’s top real estate lenders have made and much more — details that can be mined for leads, competitor intelligence and even training internal AI models.

A subscription to TRD Data will place the data-gathering power of our world-class research unit at your disposal, with a constant supply of new and innovative exclusive datasets to give you the competitive edge.

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