We asked ChatGPT what are the top places to view Real Estate data in New York City, and then we asked them how these sites generate their data.
In New York City, there is the NYC Open Data Portal, amongst other sources.
This Tutorial will walk you through the steps required to build a Bot that automatically collects the latest real estate sales data, which can then be used in marketing materials to generate Real Estate leads online.
The leads will be of recent home-buyers and also the market-data on which buildings are going up in price per square foot and where the opportunities are.
As a licensed Real Estate agent, your job is to advocate for your client. This tool enables you to have the data that gives them the best opportunity to make a sound financial investment.
Based on publicly available information, the websites mentioned generate their listings information through various sources, including data feeds from real estate agencies, property management companies, brokers, and direct user submissions. They collect and aggregate data from multiple sources to provide comprehensive listings and recent sales information. These websites also utilize data analysis and algorithms to estimate property values, provide market trends, and offer interactive features to enhance the user experience.
Regarding the free APIs offered by the city government, here is a markup-table breaking down the specifications, data feeds, and instructions to implement them:
Please note that the instructions provided are a general overview, and it is recommended to visit the respective websites and API documentation for detailed implementation instructions, usage policies, and any updates related to the APIs provided by the NYC government.
These are the top sites we want to learn as much as we can. Let's design the best user-experience and SEO optimized Webflow site based on the blueprint they've already established works.
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