Cherre and Unacast Partner to Integrate Human Mobility Data into Cherre’s Award Winning AI Platform
Adding Unacast’s Real World Graph Will Enable Mutual Customers to Derive Unique Insights to Support Real Estate Decisions
Cherre, the NYC-based real estate data and analytics platform, announced a new data partnership with Unacast, an industry leading location data and strategic insights company. In this partnership, Cherre will integrate Unacast’s Real World Graph® into its platform, enabling mutual customers to seamlessly connect geospatial data.
The Real World Graph® is an interconnected system of data sets that seeks to understand human mobility in the physical world. The product contains two modules, the Venue Data Package and the recently launched Neighborhood Data Package, which help firms measure visitor demographics or neighborhood activity levels. Combined with Cherre’s existing 315k datasets and more than 2 billion connected data points, this partnership will provide customers with enhanced location data to make investment or underwriting decisions.
“Massive investments are being made in real estate, but very limited data is being used in the decision making,” says Thomas Walle, Co-Founder and CEO of Unacast. “The Real World Graph provides crucial insights when REITS, real estate developers & investors, mortgage & CRE lending firms, and others in the real estate space make investment or underwriting decisions. Our partnership with Cherre will enable our mutual customers to gain a differentiated competitive advantage.”
Cherre’s platform is widely recognized as having the industry’s most extensive real estate knowledge graph with granular, actionable information.
“Human mobility data is a key element in understanding space utilization and traffic patterns,” said L.D. Salmanson, CEO and Co-Founder of Cherre. “Combining Unacast’s Real World Graph with our industry-leading real estate knowledge graph will provide mutual customers with more accurate mobility data models, deeper insight into location activity levels, and enhanced valuation criteria.”