January 2024 Platform Updates

Published by
Marc Rutzen
January 18, 2024
January 2024 Platform Updates

Quick Update: In 2023, we launched HelloData with a team of three in a less-than-ideal market for PropTech startups. We didn't hire a big team, and we didn't raise money - we just focused on learning our customers' needs and building the best product for multifamily real estate analysis.

Now we have over 80 companies using the platform, including several of the NMHC Top 50. We're profitable, growing, and regularly releasing game-changing features for multifamily investors and property managers. 2023 was incredible - here's to an even better 2024!

New Feature: Historical Rent Trends

Check out the demo video to see it in action

Historical Rent Trends Graph

We just released a new historical rent trends graph that shows the min, max and average asking and effective rents among your selected comps. The new format makes it easy to see where your property sits relative to the market, and users can toggle individual comps on or off to show relative performance.

In January, we're working on adding submarket level analytics to the platform, including a searchable map with filters and detailed market stats. Stay tuned!

New Feature: Excel and PDF Exports

Export market surveys in a stylized PDF in seconds

HelloData PDF Export

One of the most frequent requests we've received from customers has been a well-formatted PDF report to share market surveys with owners and investors. Now the wait is over.

We just released a new PDF export that mirrors the format of our Excel export, including dynamic charts to show rent levels among your closest comps. Just use the dropdown at the top of the interface:

Export Dropdown-1

Property managers, investors, brokers and appraisers all use HelloData to analyze multifamily comps, optimize rents, and increase deal flow.

Marc Rutzen

Marc worked in real estate for 5 years before launching multifamily analytics startup Enodo, which he sold to Walker & Dunlop (NYSE: WD) in 2019. At W&D, he served as Chief Product Officer, developing products that helped source billions in loan volume. Outside of work, he enjoys reading, running, and spending time with family.

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