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Retail Site Selection Webmap

Retail Site Selection Webmap

Expanding on our previous commercial real estate webmap examples we dive into a sample dataset of retail site selection. This time we are looking for a site for an existing bank. To keep things simple in this process we have compiled four different datasets that will help assist our hypothetical bank client in getting a better look at the expansion options. You can follow along here. To start our sample client Chase Bank is looking to expand and wants to…

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Real Estate Tour Webmap

Real Estate Tour Webmap

Real Estate Tour Maps are one of the core items agents need. Long ago they were printed and bound in a book of paper. Currently they exist as a PDF that includes every flyer or a summary text and possibly picture of each location. What if there was the next gen in presenting your possible locations to your client that was 100% web based. It’s time to explore the Real Estate Tour Webmap There are many different and constantly changing…

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Logo WebMaps

Logo WebMaps

If you saw our previous post on one of the most popular types of Real Estate maps, the Logo Map. We have a new twist on that topic. What if you want to view a larger area or have the ability to zoom around and see who is where? Enter in the new offering of Logo Webmaps. What makes these so different? Well if you have your competitors in a database this is a strait forward application. Sorry this is…

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Geo Locate Photos Automatically

Geo Locate Photos Automatically

Lets say you are out taking pictures of locations with your phone. Possibly for an upcoming real estate tour.  Go into your phone settings and make sure that location tags (Geotagged) are enabled. This means that every time you snap a picture with your phone, location data will be captured and tagged to your photo in the background. Think time, date, location (Latitude & Longitude) based on your inboard GPS or Triangulated position. Geo Locate Photos Automatically without breaking a sweat….

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ArcGIS Online

ArcGIS Online

As a GIS shop we use a lot of different tools to tell stories. One of the tools we use quite often is ArcGIS Online. This is also available to CCIM members that have STDB. Primarily this platform is for presenting webmaps but can also be used for a variety of other light to medium duty map preparation. ArcGIS online is an esri product. While you do have to know what GIS is at the fundamental level, you can (if you have a…

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GateKeeper

GateKeeper

Have you ever wondered, “Where are the Gates?” Skimaps have always been missing the advanced areas of the mountain. The super special top secret areas that are bound by rope lines and only allowed access by gates. We we thought why not start indexing this valued resource? The Why Why are we doing this? Well Gates are not noted on any resort map, at least not for the public. They are the hidden goods for the experts and ski patrol….

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Webmaps 101

Webmaps 101

Webmaps 101 We have been spending lots of time lately building and configuring various webmaps for several clients and we thought why not show some examples? First why use a webmap? If you need to dynamically interact with data or be able to zoom and pan around on the fly AND your going to have a connection to the internet all the time, it’s good option to start developing. One key note here, you have to be careful on the…

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