What is GIS?
We focus on GIS solutions that deliver immediate value.
Today's land buyers have explicit requirements. They don't just have general ideas – they know exactly what they want.
At National Land Realty, our Geographic Information System (GIS) technology allows us to quickly and efficiently identify properties that fit a land buyer's specific needs.
Our in-house GIS team consistently works to compile data across the country to form the richest and most robust database in the land industry so our Land Professionals can easily match you with the property of your dreams.
This is first accomplished by collecting a buyer's specific criteria which includes specifications such as price range, acreage, location, and topography, among others. Our experienced team of GIS and data professionals then build maps using client-driven criteria, statewide and national data sets, parcel data and market trends. This technology allows our team to sift through multiple data layers to see clear opportunities for our clients.
Whether you're searching for the perfect recreational or hunting property, need to drive business growth, enhance performance in existing markets or streamline operations, GIS can help you reach those goals.
Our NLR GIS team and Land Professionals have the experience to match you with the perfect property that fits your specific needs. Contact your local Land Professional today at 855.384.5263.
What is GIS?
GIS stands for Geographic Information System. It is a software program that lets individuals visualize, query, analyze and interpret location-based data to understand relationships, patterns and trends. These systems are used in many industries, but in the land industry, GIS serves as a tool to better help land buyers, landowners or investors find the perfect property that meets their specific goals.
How does it work?
The process starts by collecting a buyer's specific criteria which includes specifications such as acreage, location and topography, among others. Our experienced team of GIS and data professionals then build maps using client-driven criteria, statewide and national data sets, parcel data and market trends. This technology allows our team to quickly and efficiently sift through multiple data layers to see clear opportunities for our clients.
How will it benefit me?
If you're a land buyer, landowner or investor, NLR GIS can help you find the ideal property. Whether you're searching for the perfect hunting or recreational property, need to drive business growth, enhance performance in existing markets or streamline operations, our experienced GIS team and Land Professionals can easily match you with the tract that meets your specific goals.
If you're selling your land, NLR GIS gives your property the best representation possible. Through our interactive map search on our website, qualified land buyers can easily locate your property and look up all pertinent information on it.
How do I get started?
Contact your local Land Professional today at 855.384.5263.
"When I had a large client searching for a statewide conservation project, the GIS team quickly provided the sites that met their parameters like no other land brokerage had been able to do. They couldn't believe what we were able to produce and on such short notice when the timing was crucial for their funding approval.
The GIS team is a tremendous asset and tool to our agents. The support and turnaround time on projects they provide are essential when it comes to meeting our clients’ specific needs. We truly have a capability and competitive advantage no other land brokerage can provide to buyers and sellers. It’s what really distinguishes NLR from the competition."
– Greg Greer, Land Broker
"With the help of our database and state-of-the-art GIS capabilities, I was able to provide my clients with information regarding the history of several tracts. The historical data provided streamlined our search time and results by allowing us to narrow down the number of tracts we wished to pursue. The platform developed for the client offered detailed and specific information in the correct target area, while the database helped us efficiently sort our possibilities."
- Nick Ardis, Land Professional