Montreal-based startup Local Logic is announcing a new partnership with The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) in which it will provide property-specific, neighbourhood data for Realtor.ca, Canada’s largest real-estate website.
To say the least, this is promising news for Local Logic. Realtor.ca alone gets over 21 million visits per month.
“We are very excited to be collaborating with one of the top brands in real estate” said Vincent-Charles Hodder, CEO of Local Logic, adding “This partnership is further evidence that the real estate industry in Canada acknowledges the importance of neighborhood and lifestyle data for home buyers.”
Local Logic collects and shares location characteristics to assist prospective buyers and real estate professionals. Scores ranging from walkability, nearby transit and even street sound levels paint a virtual picture of the location before even setting foot on the property.
Local Logic wrote that “today’s on-demand home buyers expect personalized experiences to be delivered instantly and easily.” People use vital information about the surrounding area, like transportation and services, along with price and home amenities when searching for the perfect property. Partnering with CREA will enable Local Logic to advance its mission of matching people with places, making it easier for Canadians to find a home in a location that complements their own unique lifestyle.
CREA saw an opportunity to better serve potential home buyers throughout their journey on Realtor.ca, providing insight on everything from neighbourhood discovery and noise levels to shops, schools and more.
CREA’s Patrick Pichette said that Local Logic’s information is “clearly influential in the home buying journey” after a pilot project on Realtor.ca.
Property specific data from Local Logic will be available on 300,000+ properties advertised on Realtor.ca, beginning today.