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The New York City (NYC) brokerage of international real estate firm Engel & Völkers (E&V NYC) recently announced a strategic partnership with AddressReport, a real estate data website that scans millions of public records to present unbiased information about residential real estate in NYC. Through AddressReport’s elegant and mobile-friendly interface, potential buyers and sellers can view financial, demographic and lifestyle information about buildings or neighborhoods individually and in comparison to the city overall.

The partnership with E&V NYC is the latest sign of AddressReport’s growing momentum, as the Manhattan-based startup, whose service went online less than a year ago, was one of only two digital real estate partners featured by Yelp for the launch of Yelp’s recently debuted API platform. As awareness of AddressReport’s real estate report offering grows, the company remains focused on enhancing its reports with additional data points and continues to deepen its coverage nationwide.

In partnering with AddressReport, E&V NYC facilitates the research often undertaken by real estate consumers who are contemplating the purchase or sale of a home. Users will be invited to visit and sign-up for AddressReport via a targeted online advertising campaign undertaken by AddressReport in conjunction with E&V NYC.

“As a firm that believes in the value of service, expertise and transparency, Engel & Völkers NYC wants to provide any and all data about NYC properties to our clients,” stated Stuart Siegel, president and CEO of E&V NYC. “Partnering with AddressReport allows us to assist anyone contemplating a real estate transaction before or after visiting the website. Data provides a solid foundation, and it’s our job to layer on the market knowledge and perspective that is essential to those contemplating a purchase or sale.”

AddressReport will notify users who opt-in of important changes affecting the address – things like nearby property sales, school zone changes, building renovation activity, air quality concerns, local business openings and closings, and more. In addition, there is a feature that tracks past, present and potential construction activity near the specific properties that the consumer has researched. These email updates will include a call to action that invites users to contact an E&V NYC advisor who can add local insight to the AddressReport data and put it in context.

“We’re thrilled to partner with such an acclaimed name in international luxury real estate as they expand their presence in New York City,” stated Kayvon Bina, a co-founder of AddressReport. “While AddressReport’s property reports empower New York’s home buyers and sellers with unprecedented levels of information about a building or home, it’s our belief that consumers who leverage the guidance and expertise of an E&V NYC advisor will benefit most from our offering.”

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