How do I run a Map Search?

Click the Research tab from any website page, then select Map Search from the menu. Enter an area in the search bar, apply filters, then click the search button. Once on the map, you can search within a geography or create a custom area, apply data layers (flood zones, demographic data, residential estimated values, etc.), create mailing labels or CSV and create a report, see traffic counts, and more! 

Click the Map Tools button below to see all the map options. 

Map Tools

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Click the arrow next to the Use a Saved Area drop-down menu to choose an area that you have previously saved.

Zoom in on the map.

Zoom out of the map.

Reorients you to the middle of your search area.

Opens the map to a full screen view. Press esc to exit full screen mode.

Change your map view. Choose between Satelite, Aerial, Road, or Terrain.

Create and search within a custom area. Choose between Freehand, Radius, Polygon, or Box.

See how each status is represented on the map.

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Click the arrow next to the Show Geographies drop-down menu to search within a geography like a neighborhood, school level (K-5, 6-8, 9-12), Opportunity Zone, etc.

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Search within a specific travel time from a specific address like a workplace, daycare, entertainment amenity, etc.

Street network data and approximate driving times are provided by Esri, an RPR data partner, and are updated annually.

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Search within a specific distance from a particular address (e.g. a workplace or an entertainment amenity).


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See traffic data within an area to help with commercial site selection.

Kalibrate, the industry’s most up-to-date traffic measurement tool, provides our traffic count data. Traffic counts are updated annually.

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Research neighborhood amenities and businesses when working with both residential buyers and commercial investors.

Select the POI button from the map tools menu, then choose from community and business POIs such as parks, grocery stores, shopping, daycares, hospitals, restaurants, and more. Interactive map pins will display on the map that you can click to see each POI’s business name, address, number of employees, sales volume, industry, and building square footage.

See where schools are located within your search area and view the school name, address, school rating. Search within the school attendance area.

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See Residential Real Estate Indicators (e.g. Estimated Home Values, Average Sales Price, Flood Zones, etc.)  Or Demographic Indicators (Average Household Income, Married/Unmarried Comparison, % of Population Who Are Middle Aged, etc.). Data variances are shown on the map in shades of color.

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