Residential Boundaries

Residential Boundaries provides geographic boundaries, names, and other locational classifications that define the extent and character of residential neighborhoods. Each polygon covers geography that consists of at least 90% residential housing, including homes, condos, and apartment complexes. Our acquisition system ensures the most current information is used to define and name a residential area.

Benefits

  • Residential boundaries work behind the scenes for top real estate portals, providing the required content to locate and compare homes within desired residential areas.
  • Perform more accurate valuation and appraisal using more granular and refined boundaries. Residential-only areas are more singular in character, and provide more reliable results.
  • Use residential neighborhoods for targeted direct marketing campaigns.
  • Improve local search capabilities and associating lists with specific named residential areas. Users can view residential locations within the context of relevant online search activity.

Features

  • Unambiguous boundaries allow for accurate search and analysis results, along with cleaner visualization.
  • Used in conjunction with Pitney Bowes Neighborhood Boundaries, Residential Boundaries allow you to collect and organize a search around common residential communities and compare neighborhoods that are singular in character and function.
  • Thousands of new boundaries added every quarter.
  • Concentrated coverage around key metro areas, focused on where your customers are located.
  • Quarterly Updates - Pitney Bowes releases Residential Neighborhood boundaries quarterly introducing updates and letting customers know where change and coverage expansion has occurred.

Details

  • Covers more than 675,000 unique residential neighborhoods concentrated in the top 500 US metropolitan areas.
  • Polygons include: Unique and persistent object IDs, primary name, object type, subtype codes, centroid coordinate, and area fields.
  • Names table provides alternative names and languages.
  • Exception and function codes help identify unique neighborhoods.

Specifications

Coverage
United States
Release schedule
Quarterly
Unit of Sale
Country, State

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