We launched Local Logic and created our first location scores because we believe that location preferences are very important for home-buyers, and this information was not readily available to them on real estate websites. Along the way we realized that location information is important to other end-users, like renters and travellers.
We have to confess: as city nerds, we’re obsessed with location data, and we spend our days (and sometimes our nights) coming up with new ways of generating location insights. We have received a lot of praise for ourLocation Scores, but far from making us rest on our laurels, this has encouraged us to keep innovating.
We’ve been reaching out to our partners and users to find out how to improve our product in the ways that matter most to them. This means a better bang for our customers’ buck and a better investment of our team’s time! Here are two improvements that came directly out of that feedback.
Throughout 2017, Local Logic will be constantly expanding its data coverageacross North-America. Our services are now available in the Top 100 US cities, and cover 84% of the Canadian population. Not only is our product available in more cities, it is also providing more information with its in-depth transit data.
Frustrated with exaggerated listings and neighbourhood stereotypes, we built a tool that cuts through the marketing BS to find better listings. Life is guaranteed to be miserable sometimes. Whether it’s exam season, tax season, or I-gotta-start-actually-going-to-the-gym-because-damn-it’s-almost-beach season, there are a few select times of the year that you should avoid at all costs.