Boundary Maps

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Interactive maps have been one of the hottest tools (trends?) in online real estate. You have Zillow, Trulia, and others that offer capabilities beyond what you would probably do on your own. Well, I'm a Type E and am always working to implement new and exciting ideas, especially maps.

Something that I've been working on has been a way to take city, county, and utility info to map service boundaries and availability. Thanks to Real Estate Tomato, I came across a site that has some of the ground work already laid. Nothing pretty, but very functional. Check out the boundary maps.

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Jason,

Check  your Type E link. Here is what it goes to:

 

Sorry there's no username: action/blogsview/Type-E-personality-not-Type-A

Look forward to more Type  E discussion.

Baltimore,Md

Aug 03, 2006 07:36 AM #1
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Teri Isner
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Jason Would love for Allen to have you give us all a lesson in using maps at our next meeting.  You are very type E A+++ in my books.
Aug 03, 2006 07:46 AM #2
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Jason Ungos
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Thanks Margaret. We're operate as a team of Type E's. I'm a "Mystic."

On the link, it must've been a temporary issue. I just checked it (didn't make any changes) and it was working fine. Anyone else having the same issue?

Teri, That would be fun. Until then, check out my post about Map Builder

Aug 03, 2006 10:21 AM #3
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