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RE/Locate data base expands to new markets.

Re/Locate, the data service which provides full information on office vacancies, rents, lease terms and existing tenants in every office building in Manhattan, has now launched its service in Boston, Westchester County, and Fairfield County, Connecticut.

In each of these new markets, the database, provided by Realty Information Tracking Services, INC., allows a user sitting at his own desk to walk electronically down any street in a given commercial district and view color pictures of the buildings and their lobbies, call up asking rents, lease terms and floor plans for all vacancies, and access a list of current tenants with their lease expirations. In addition to this basic data, RE/Locate provides the subscriber with the ability to survey trends in the market, to search the market for properties or tenants with specific attributes, to analyze and compare lease terms, to create reports and to track and manage contact with tenants or landlords, in a user friendly format.

The entire RE/Locate system is delivered on diskette for use on a personal computer. Subscription to the' service includes updates as frequently as once a week.
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Title Annotation:Boston; Westchester County, New York; Fairfield County, Connecticut
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Jul 28, 1993
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