Moody’s Analytics Adds Two New Commercial Real Estate Data Partners to the REIS Network

Keith Berry

NEW YORK–Moody’s Analytics announced the addition of Catylist’s Commercial Exchange database and Infabode’s news and research service to the REIS Network, its commercial real estate (CRE) search platform.

These new data sources expand the Network’s analytical capabilities by allowing clients to view property listings and read CRE news and broker reports, complementing its extensive collection of connected CRE data and tools.

“Our goal with the REIS Network is to set the standard for commercial real estate data and analytics,” said Keith Berry, Head of the Moody’s Analytics Accelerator. “Adding data from Catylist and market insights from Infabode furthers our vision of bringing together disparate data sets in a single platform as we continue to grow the Network’s capabilities and functionality.”

Commercial Exchange from Catylist offers an entry point to property listings from more than 70 local CRE platforms in markets across the United States. “With access to the 150,000 active sale and lease listings through Commercial Exchange, subscribers can now use the Moody’s Analytics REIS Network to find the next property for their portfolio,” said Allen Benson, Chief Information Officer at Catylist. “We are delighted to add this capability to the Network and to work with Moody’s Analytics to build a robust toolkit for CRE professionals.”

Working with content partners, Infabode aggregates and distributes tailored real estate industry sector research and insights on a global basis. “Our business is built on collaboration, so working with the Moody’s Analytics REIS Network aligns well with our model,” said Matthew Partridge, CEO at Infabode. “We are keen to share access to our content across the Network so clients can quickly and easily use this information to make better-informed decisions.”

For clients to take full advantage of these new information sets, Moody’s Analytics has developed the Network’s search functionality to include a “contextual search” feature. Subscribers can input an address, name, or property ID into the Network’s search bar and the platform will return related results about the relevant parcel, neighborhood, submarket, or market from its interconnected applications.