Unique Facts About The Crime Report?
  • Crime risk scores for each type of crime in every neighborhood:  Murder, rape, robbery, assault, burglary, theft, and motor vehicle theft
  • Up to 90% accurate neighborhood crime risk scoring
  • Seamless 100% U.S. coverage. Enter an address, get a full crime report
How current is the crime data?
  • The crime data are always the most recent ‘Final, Non-Preliminary’ data available as classified by the FBI. It is the most up-to-date and fully-vetted data that is available with complete national coverage.  We insist on using Final, Non-Preliminary data for our analyses and analytics rather than basing our research on preliminary data that may need to be updated or have errors in it.

Where Does the Data Come From?
  • 18,000+ law enforcement agencies
  • 9.4 million crime incidents
  • Full national coverage
Unique Facts About The Demographics Report?
  • Complete lifestyle segmentation from college student friendly, to retirement and all stages in between
  • Cultural character is quantified: urbane, hip, quiet, walkability, nautical
  • Neighborhood-specific unemployment, diversity index, and more. Seamless 100% U.S. coverage. Enter an address, get a full demographics profile report
Where Does the Data Come From?
  • 8.5 million raw demographic data elements from government sources in total
  • Full national coverage
Unique Facts About The Real Estate Analytics?
  • All pricing, tax, and rental values accurate to the micro-neighborhood: 10X more fine grained than the average Zip Code:
  • Exclusive market rent values modeled to exclude public housing, revealing what rents the market will support
Where Does the Data Come From?
  • U.S. Geological Survey, H.U.D., FHFA, Census, additional sources
  • Full national coverage
Scout Vision™ Trends & Forecasts
  • Scout Vision Trends & Forecasts offer the most timely and accurate home price and home appreciation rate predictions for every micro-neighborhood in the U.S. With Scout Vision you can confidently answer: “Should I buy, hold, sell or lend on this property, at this location, at this time?”Industry veterans and PhD geographers developed Scout Vision by drawing on over a decade of research and employing a fresh approach that leverages cutting-edge geo-statistical techniques and theory. As a result, Scout Vision uniquely solves for risk and highlights otherwise hidden opportunities by delivering micro-neighborhood home price appreciation trends – and projections – with unprecedented geographic granularity and predictive accuracy.
How You Can Use Scout Vision™ Trends & Forecasts
  • Get hyper-local by uncovering the three-year appreciation forecast for different micro-neighborhoods inside the same city or between cities, anywhere in America. Location matters, not just what city or Zip Code a property is in.
  • Determine how a location’s past and future appreciation rates at a hyper-local level compare to appreciation rates experienced in that metro area overall and the U.S. average. By selecting a time period, you can immediately see which neighborhood’s homes appreciate the most through both up and down real estate markets, providing exclusive insights into which neighborhoods are likely good investments for the future.
What’s Unique About Scout Vision™ Trends & Forecasts?
  • The only three-year property appreciation forecast available today at 10X smaller than a Zip Code, with up to 90% predictive accuracy.
  • Highest-resolution available in the market today: Exclusive appreciation forecasting at the micro-neighborhood level (nearly 10X smaller than a Zip Code).
  • 100% complete, seamless national coverage. Every address is covered.
Where does the data come from?
  • More than 200 data elements from dozens of sources including:
    • U.S. Department of Education
    • 50 State Departments of Education
    • U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
    • Dow Jones S&P
    • Federal Bureau of Investigation
    • 18,000+ Local Law Enforcement Agencies
    • FHFA
    • U.S. Bureau of the Census
    • U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
    • U.S. Geological Service
    • U.S. Department of Transportation
    • LEHD Origin-Destination Employment Statistics
    • Federal Highway Administration
    • National Agricultural Statistics

Data provided by Location, Inc.