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Real Estate Mapping in New York City

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Looking for some property in New York City? PropertyShark has a searchable database of properties that displays maps, images of properties and relevant property information. The database is searchable by address or you can simply click on a map to select a property. As well, a number of different layers can be displayed in the map, including flod zones, proposed developments, and tax value. Finally, any map you make can be easily exported to Word as a png file. According to an Inman.com news story, PropertyShark has photographed all 40,000 buildings in Manhattan. Is the direction web mapping will be heading in the near future?

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