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Our System

Zonability uses sophisticated technology to deliver parcel-level information about a property's untapped potential. Zonability data makes it possible to understand layers of regulations and to create new opportunities as well as risk.

The days of simple zoning are gone. There is not a one-to-one relationship between a parcel and a single zoning district, meaning there can be multiple zoning districts, even sub-districts. We've accounted for that in our system.

In Dallas, TX, for instance, there are 28 zoning districts that control 10,021 parcels. We have information on all 28 at the parcel level. We use a color-coded and tagging system - our data has an identifier for the "category" of the zoning code's focus.

Additionally, there can be zoning and planning districts. This next screen shot shows 18 "overlay" districts - all identified by gray colored - and tagged as "Redevelopment Area." These are specific to Dallas, TX but applicable to other cities on our platform.

How can you access Zonability? If you are looking for a Zonability report in our Texas coverage area, you can request a report from one of our Title Partners.If you are interested in having Zonability data for your in-house system, contact us. We offering custom options to meet needs including providing data for a zip code and/or submarket using your custom boundaries. If you are a MLS technology provider, we can offer map tiles and some basic level Zonability data, contact us. You are welcome to register and access a free Zonability Risk Report for Seattle.

What our data will answer?

1. Does the existing use appear to fit with the existing zoning?

2. Is the existing structure showing as having "room to grow?" Or, is the lot "maxed out?" We use zoning as a driver to find what has gotten built and at what size to return our answer.

3. If the City has a plan for new zoning through a "future plan", does the existing zoning match?