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GIS Technology and Real Estate Business:

What do GIS and real estate have in common? They both place a very high importance on location. For real estate professionals, location is always one of the determining factors influencing property value. For GIS users, location is the origin of geographic data. The accuracy of location determines the value of data and how it will be used. Because of the common focus of both of these subjects, GIS can be used as a valuable tool in many different conventions of real estate. There is a plenitude of topics in the discussion of GIS and real estate, but a few of the most general tasks for which this geospatial technology is used are property research, market analysis, and spatial analysis.

GIS Technology Aids in Real Estate Site Selection:

An online geographic information systems (GIS) degree will pay huge dividends in the real estate industry. GIS is all about location and location is fundamental to success in real estate. By analyzing data around locations, real estate professionals can target properties to match exact specifications and deliver the answers needed to make the most intelligent choices, so the use of GIS is a natural match for all aspects of real estate business.

GIS technology provides commercial and residential real estate companies with the information they need to analyze market potential and trends that are associated with their customers’ needs. 

 
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Through the use of a robust collection of Esri basemap and Aerial photography, GIS analysts are able to display, explore and analyze a wide range of demographic data. This data facilitates better decision making and tells a compelling story that illustrates the ways in which the proposed development will be an attractive investment for both the developer and the neighborhood residents.  On a more local scale, GIS can be used to assist real estate agents and their clients to examine neighborhood characteristics and calculate livability indices such as walk-ability scores and transportation scores. Commercial real estate agents use this data to make better decisions based on the consumers in the area. Professionals with GIS training can readily apply their knowledge to real-world business scenarios that can improve decision-making and boost the bottom line.

Commercial Real Estate Services uses Business Analyst for all stages of the commercial real estate life cycle at the company, including development, landlord representation, tenant advisory and site selection, market research, construction, and property management.  Business applications of GIS have been around for decades and over the course of the next several years as the real estate market rebounds throughout India, GIS professionals can play a significant role in helping the real estate sector.

SANJAY HOMES, one of the upcoming property developers in South India, is equipped with  necessary infrastructure and a team of practising professionals in the field of GIS, to use GIS to accurately analyze commercial properties and its attributes through demographics, aerial photographs, traffic counts, shopping center usage, merchandise potential and competitive influence. Location matters more than ever and it is clear that GIS give real estate professionals the information they need to make profitable decisions.

SANJAY HOMES facilitates and helps people in search of property in and around Chennai and South India in compliance with GIS as well as taking into environmental parameters like upcoming projects, industries, hospitals, colleges, schools and other potential entities including government proposals on developing SEZ.  Professionals of SANJAY HOMES are well equipped and conversant with usage of GIS databases and recommend cost effective solutions for better decision making and investment.