Analytics firm Plunk expands home valuation tools

Plunk enhances with real-time home values and market insights.

Today’s housing market is rapidly changing. Because of that, real estate analytics platform Plunk recently launched a self-service developer portal that will allow customers to deliver a clear, real-time view of the housing market.

The new APIs help developers more easily create real-time digital access to the most current housing data, which has also historically been expensive, hard to access, and difficult to integrate.

“Plunk’s analytics provide buyers, sellers, investors, and agents with an edge,” commented David Bluhm, Co-founder and President of Plunk in a statement.

APIs are a foundational technology for building and connecting applications and providing access to automated data. They help developers easily build digital experiences for end-users instead of building them from scratch. This allows real estate professionals to better adapt to the demands of both a fast-changing market and to their customers more quickly.

“Plunk is taking real estate data to a whole new level of accessibility. We’ve been able to easily incorporate Plunk’s real-time analytics into our agent websites through developer APIs,” said James Call, RealtyCandy Founder and IDX Broker developer.

In November, the California Association of Realtors invested in the proptech start up.

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