Enter the address of a commercial property for which you are trying to find a tenant. ZoneSavvy will use its patent-pending technology to tell you which types of businesses would most likely succeed in that neighborhood.Click here
Enter your type of business. ZoneSavvy will use its patent-pending technology to determine which neighborhoods have the greatest shortage of that type of business and will tell you which zip codes would be the best locations for your business.Click here
ZoneSavvy's patent-pending algorithm sorts through tons of data to bring you valuable real estate insights. ZoneSavvy identifies anomalies in the Supply-and-Demand of businesses in an area. These anomalies are opportunities that a savvy business can profit from
ZoneSavvy classifies every neighborhood by looking at a number of distinguishing characteristics: demographic information about the people who live there (such as age and income), the price of commercial real estate in the area, and the types of clusters that different types of businesses form. For each of these neighborhood classifications, ZoneSavvy calculates the average of how many of each type of business there typically are in that kind of neighborhood. This enables ZoneSavvy to discover the types of businesses that any given neighborhood should have more of.
We all know the oldest piece of advice when it comes to real estate: location, location, location. Yet, applying this advice isn’t as simple as the adage itself, and the ramifications for making a mistake could be truly disastrous. If you pick the wrong place to live, you may end up with a punishing commute, awful neighbors or other unexpected annoyances. However, if you make a mistake choosing the location
Is this the right time to open your business in a new second location? Moving to a second location may seem lucrative if you’re running out of space or if your present location is headed downhill. Since the grass often looks greener on the other side of the fence, many entrepreneurs and business owners choose to move to a new location to increase their odds for business success.