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Keller Williams introduces data feature after Urban Digs deal

Keller Williams NYC (KWNYC) is rolling out a new website feature, Chart Room.

Powered by real estate data tracker UrbanDigs, Chart Room features real-time market data that provides insights into the buying and selling of New York City real estate.

“With the New York market being as segmented as it is, this represents challenges for consumers looking to buy, sell or price properties,” said UrbanDigs CEO and Founder, Noah Rosenblatt.

“By leveraging UrbanDigs technology, KWNYC agents can engage and manage their client’s expectations, creating a simpler and more comfortable real estate experience.”

Chart Room makes it easier for KWNYC agents help their clients and consumers understand Manhattan market data through free online graphs and chart tools.

Consumers will be able to go onto the KWNYC website and create customized charts by neighborhood, property type, price range, days on market and price per square feet.

“We’ve been working with UrbanDigs since KWNYC began seven years ago. We rely on their expertise when it comes to understanding data trends in the NYC market,” saids Ilan Bracha, co-owner of KWNYC and founder of Bracha New York.

“UrbanDigs provides some of the clearest insights into our market and both our agents and our clients are looking forward to the new chart room data on our website that is powered by their firm.”

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