Accessing Alternative Funding Sources for Property Redevelopment

Many state and local governments are currently facing, or will potentially have to address, budget shortfalls. Newer public organizations, like land banks created to address vacancy and abandonment, are often the first to struggle with funding. Often local governments...

Property Redevelopment and the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA)

For many organizations, ARPA funding will be the largest financial boost to their budgets in decades. However, leaders must quickly and strategically decide how to best use the money. Counties and cities can use this opportunity to chart a new path toward inclusive...

Real Estate Buyers are Online- Sellers Need to Be There, too

Traffic Boomed for ePropertyPlus Public Site Users During the Pandemic This past year, we’ve seen more buyer and seller interactions moving online. We wanted to see how our clients’ ePropertyPlus Public Sites are being utilized and reflecting this shift....

A Mile Wide Lake, a Mile Deep Well, and a Waterfall

Our customers put vacant property back to productive reuse and in their normal day to day operations, confront diverse property data needs. One common use case involves a user that needs data to inform them about the history of a specific property. That data might...

Let’s Hear it for the Humble Tree

(Japanese Cherry Trees like this one decorate many a front yard and the National Mall in Washington, DC) Who would not want a tree in their yard? They are pretty to look at, offer shade when leafed out, and provide homes for birds, squirrels, and other urban animals....

A Man a Plan a Canal Panama

This neat palindrome can remind us how a champion with a vision, a good plan, and a commitment to execute can achieve great things. In the case of the palindrome, a canal across Panama. The same concept applies to other projects, including our ePropertyPlus...