Real Estate: Input


See the Input API for Location and Property Type

Purpose and Functionality:

The Real Estate API is designed to verify and evaluate real estate assets for financial services. It facilitates property valuations crucial for loan approvals, investment evaluations, and asset management.
Detailed Features:

  1. Location Accuracy:
    • Pin Code-Based Precision: The API uses area pin codes to precisely locate properties. This feature is critical because property values can vary significantly within small geographic areas. By using pin codes, the API ensures that the valuation is relevant to the exact location of the property, reducing the risk of inaccurate appraisals that could occur if broader geographical markers were used.
  2. Diverse Property Types:
    • Wide Range of Properties Supported: The API accommodates a variety of property types including residential, commercial, and industrial. This flexibility is important for users who deal with diverse property portfolios and need consistent valuation methods across different types of properties.
  3. Dimension-Based Valuation:
    • Area in Square Feet: Valuation based on the property area is a standard approach in real estate because it provides a straightforward metric to compare properties of different sizes and types. The API uses the area in conjunction with location and property type to calculate a base value per square foot, which is then adjusted by other factors like market trends and property condition.

Inputs for the Real Estate API

The specific inputs for the Real Estate API include:

Real Estate Input

Real Estate Input

  1. Area Pin Code: For locating the property precisely.
  2. Location: A drop down likely offering a list of predefined areas or cities.
  3. Property Type: Options to choose between different types of properties (e.g., apartment, land).
  4. Property Area: The size of the property in square feet, which directly impacts the valuation.

Broad applications of the Real Estate API

Certainly, The Real Estate API's broad applications span multiple sectors, each leveraging its capabilities in unique ways to meet specific needs. Here's a detailed elaboration on how different industries might utilize this API:

  • Banks and Non-Banking Financial Companies (NBFCs):

    1. Loan Processing and Approval: For banks and NBFCs, accurate property valuation is crucial for mortgage lending. The API helps assess the value of a property that is to be used as collateral, ensuring that the loan amount does not exceed the property’s worth. This helps in minimizing risk and making informed lending decisions.
    2. Risk Management: By providing current market values and historical price trends, the API assists financial institutions in managing risks associated with property price fluctuations, which can affect loan-to-value ratios over time.
  • FinTech Companies:

    1. Product Development: FinTech companies can use the API to develop real estate investment products, such as real estate investment trusts (REITs) or platforms for fractional property investments. The accurate and up-to-date property valuations provided by the API are essential for pricing these products correctly and maintaining transparency with investors.
    2. Automated Valuation Models (AVMs): The API can be integrated into FinTech solutions to provide automated property valuations, enhancing the speed and efficiency of services like online lending platforms or investment advisories.
  • Brokers, Distributors, and Fund Management Companies:

    1. Portfolio Management: These entities can utilise the API for ongoing valuation of properties within investment portfolios, ensuring portfolio values are current and accurately reflect market conditions. This is crucial for reporting to investors and for strategic decision-making regarding asset holdings.
    2. Market Analysis and Forecasting: The API's insights into price and rental trends can help these companies predict future market movements, advising their clients accordingly whether in buying, selling, or holding real estate assets.
  • Large Corporations:

    1. Corporate Real Estate Management: Large corporations often hold significant real estate assets. The API helps these companies maintain accurate records of their property values, which is crucial for financial reporting, asset management, and strategic planning.
    2. Mergers and Acquisitions: When corporations consider mergers or acquisitions, the API’s ability to quickly provide valuations can facilitate the due diligence process, assessing the worth of real estate assets involved in the transaction.

Input Type

pin_codestringA valid pin code of the property location
locationstringA valid location choosing from the dropdown
property_typestringA valid property type of the asset
areastringA valid area converted to sq.ft. of the property

Common error scenarios

The following are the common error scenarios in sending an API request:

param is missing or the value is empty: pin_codepin_code is a required field
param is missing or the value is empty: locationlocation is a required field
param is missing or the value is empty: areaarea is a required field
param is missing or the value is empty: property_typeproperty_type is a required field


See the Input API for Location and Property Type