DYNAMO METRICS EMPOWERs LOCAL GOVERNMENTS TO RESPOND TO ISSUES MORE EFFECTIVELY WITH SMARTER DATA.

 
Neighborhood Intel™ consolidates federal, state and city data from multiple departments and systems and integrates it into a single, easy-to-use application for county treasurers, land banks, municipalities, planning & development, and code enforcement.


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PROPERTY
COMPLIANCE

Effective compliance programming keeps neighborhoods stable by improving quality of life among citizens, supporting property values, and eradicating conditions linked to crime. Neighborhood Intel has the tools and reporting to help focus your team’s limited resources to make the greatest impact.

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MUNICIPALITIES –
PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT

Blight and decay drive down property values and create negative impacts on the quality of life for residents. Neighborhood Intel has the tools to empower municipal planners to demonstrate real impact, secure funding for renewal, removal and remediation efforts, and create momentum for change.

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COUNTY TREASURERS &
LAND BANKS

Effective stewardship of troubled properties demands focus—rehab, demolish or sell? Neighborhood Intel can help answer these questions and facilitate collaboration between county, city and state entities to speed progress and demonstrate overall impact to the communities they serve.

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Property Compliance

Challenge: 
With many municipalities short on state and federal funding resources, proactive code-enforcement can be challenging. Effective enforcement improves the quality of life among citizens, supports property values, and eradicates conditions linked to crime. Neighborhood Intel has the tools and reporting to help focus your team’s limited resources to make the greatest impact.

The Neighborhood Intel Solution:

  • See where property values are most impacted by blight and focus efforts where value is most vulnerable

  • Prioritize inspections based on past efforts and predict problem properties

  • Be more efficient with enforcement activity, focusing efforts for greater impact

  • Easily access cross-departmental property and neighborhood data

  • Reduce crime in blighted areas


Municipalities - Planning & Development

Challenge: 
Cities and towns with distressed properties face unique challenges. Blight and decay drive down property values and create negative impacts on the quality of life for residents. Resources are often scarce and require consensus building to secure funding. Neighborhood Intel has the tools to empower municipal planners to demonstrate real impact, secure funding for renewal, removal and remediation efforts, and create momentum for change.

The Neighborhood Intel Solution:

  • Measure impact, improve decision making and show the dollar value of your efforts

  • Engage and inform citizens & stakeholders and demonstrate the rationale/results of your efforts at the neighborhood and parcel-level

  • Model, predict and prioritize efforts — see which neighborhoods benefit most from intervention. 

  • Reduce reporting time for grant and federal funding partners

  • Save time and money hiring outside consultants for reporting/analysis with a clean, common, and readily-available data set

  • Do critical internal reporting and analysis


County Treasurers & Land Banks

Challenge: 
Landbanks are under great pressure to be effective stewards of troubled properties. Often resources are scarce. So, focus is critical—rehab, demolish or sell? Neighborhood Intel can help answer these questions and facilitate collaboration between county, city and state entities to speed progress and demonstrate overall impact to the communities they serve.

The Neighborhood Intel Solution:

  • Measure and explore options and impact on resources

  • Help secure/maintain funding support from stakeholders

  • Manage and understand property inventory at the parcel-level

  • Consolidate data for more productive conversations with key stakeholders

  • Identify properties that can yield the biggest impact to your county/city

  • Avoid unnecessary property intervention

  • Develop quality reports, quickly


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