On-Demand Webinar

Giving Consumers On-Demand Real Estate Market Data

There’s one thing every house hunter and real estate investor wants to know: is now a good time to buy or sell? To help answer that question and more, Redfin, a real estate brokerage, is making the latest real estate market data available to view and download on the Redfin Data Center.

Embedded analytics integration enables instant insights for Redfin customers

Through Tableau interactive dashboards, homeowners can see if prices are rising in their area, how quickly homes are selling, and more. This data comes directly from the multiple listing services in the areas where Redfin has agents, ensuring that it is timely and accurate. Through its Redfin Data Center, Redfin showcases a visualization of the week that showcases interesting trends or data in the real estate space. Additionally, Redfin uses this data to publish reports on current housing market conditions.

Redfin also offers data that no one else has—the change in the number of Redfin customers touring homes and writing offers—which are early indicators of housing market performance. These are the tools that Redfin uses every day to run its business, and now the brokerage is making it available to everyone. Users can even create interactive dashboards that can be shared via Tableau Public.

In this webinar, you’ll learn more about the Redfin Data Center and how journalists, investors, real estate agents, buyers and sellers can use their data through an embedded analytics integration to make informed decisions.

In the Redfin Data Center, powered by Tableau, you can explore data about home prices and sales, listings by days on the market or price per square foot, and even see price drops or which homes are sold above asking price. Check it out and explore the Redfin Data Center for yourself.

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About the speakers

Nela Richardson

Chief Economist, Redfin
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