The Pactriglo Process
1. Allow us to discover the material needed to expand your company
2. Refocus your time, energy, and resources more efficiently
3. Redefine your criteria for success
How we are different
“While much of what we do involves tradecraft, we’ve developed some proprietary tools to turn that up a notch,” says Pactriglo’s founder Benjamin Pezzillo.
Chief among these is Pactriglo’s Neighbors algorithm. It allows Pactriglo to identify where multiple contiguous properties are, and if these properties are controlled by the same ownership.
“The next level in infill development is identifying where multiple neighboring properties are owned by one party,” says Pezzillo. “Larger footprints coupled with existing underutilized zoning. It’s out there.”
Pezzillo won’t say much more about Pactriglo’s current research and development.
“Over the years a lot of real estate developers have asked about computing residual land value,” says Pezzillo “Most cities are already in post-structural redevelopment. Meaning everything being built is being built on land already in use as something else.”
We source official information about real estate from the public agencies which produce it. Then we perform proprietary geospatial analysis coupled with other trade secret reporting to turn it into actionable information that heads your perfect search engine.
Typically, your title company is likely working off of the County Assessor’s tax-roll data. That data is vital to know, therefore Pactriglo has incorporated this aspect into our technology.
But we go beyond that. We take the data that exists in map files (geospatial data) and consolidate it into a form that allows you to perform relational searches as you research your next site. This means you will be able to search for properties based on characteristics not included by your title company
By utilizing geospatial data we identify properties that include qualifications that our buyer would want to avoid, meaning you can eliminate properties with historic preservation status, under a design review overlay, or in a hazard area.
Our technology identifies County Parcels of land that may include multiple Municipal Lots, we do so in order for our clients to target those properties that are ripe for subdivision by using existing Lot Lines.
Our technology calculates the dimensions of every lot across cities in order for our clients to be able to exclusively pinpoint lots that meet their project requirements.
Our proprietary process identifies contiguous County Parcels already under the same ownership, allowing our clients to efficiently search for properties by ownership.