Access the Most Extensive and Current Parcel Boundary Map Data in the U.S.
Provided by CoreLogic, America’s leading provider of business information, ParcelPoint® is a geospatial solution that captures boundary and centroid data for 2,979 counties, accounting for 154.6 million parcels nationwide, 147 million of which are actual parcel boundaries. The result is a significantly improved level of positional accuracy and parcel depth for GIS applications or location-based solutions.
2,979 Counties and Growing
- Actual parcel boundaries
- Parcel centroid defined by actual latitude/longitude coordinates
- APN or tax ID number
- Property address or SITUS
- Ownership information
Why Choose ParcelPoint?
- The most extensive parcel boundary data set available for the U.S.
- Unparalleled depth and accuracy
- Frequent updates and parcel additions to existing parcel data
- Flexibility and ease of use via an independent platform
- Knowledgeable technical support
With the right parcel data, businesses can enhance positional accuracy and depth within all GIS applications and location-based solutions. This makes ParcelPoint the right choice for any business.
Delivery and Coverage
The Nation’s Most Extensive Parcel Boundary Map Data
At CoreLogic, we add to and update new parcel information on a quarterly basis. Our clients receive email notifications complete with a map of the U.S. highlighting the extensive ParcelPoint parcel data.
Choose a Delivery Option
Esri® ArcGIS® Enterprise
Through our integration with Esri ArcGIS Enterprise, we offer you an on-demand, web-based solution, giving you 24/7 access to your desired content. By enabling both Map and Feature Services to suit your specific needs, you can gain access to our industry leading parcel boundary products directly into your existing Esri tools such as ArcGIS Pro, Portal for ArcGIS and ArcGIS Online. We give you the same exceptionally accurate results, your way.Learn More
Spatial Web Services (SWS)
An interface that delivers a set of services and tools that allow you to easily integrate natural hazard risk, tax jurisdiction, parcel, and geocoding data directly into your applications. Using a RESTful API, you can now stream our geographic and natural hazard risk data to a variety of platforms and programming languages including Java, .Net, and PHP.Learn More
An ordering and delivery platform with positionally accurate tax jurisdiction and natural hazard solutions through the web – up to 100,000 files at a time – to help you make smarter business decisions.
Shapefiles are available for you to load into your existing infrastructure.
Our consulting services are comprised of leading GIS scientists, insurance professionals, and senior professional software developers. This team collaborates to craft end-to-end solutions that can be easily deployed and sustained in-house or via our Web Services.
Client Cast Study
How ParcelPoint® Parcel Data Helped The Trust for Public Land Modernize Nationwide Land Conservation
About The Trust for Public Land
The Trust for Public Land (TPL) is a national nonprofit organization that helps to conserve all types of land that people enjoy – parks, gardens, historic sites, rural lands and other natural places. The organization’s goal is to create and cultivate livable communities for generations to come.
Founded in 1972, the work and broad experience of The Trust for Public Land, has helped them become innovators in city park creation, state and local conservation funding and utilizing GIS for conservation planning.
The Trust for Public Land conducts extensive research on funding sources for conservation and recently built three GIS databases – the Conservation Almanac, the National Conservation Easement, and the Protected Places Inventory – with the goal of compiling their conservation research and data so that government agencies and other partner organizations could more easily find the information needed to generate public funding for land conservation. They also needed a comprehensive map function within the databases that would show the breadth and depth of their conservation projects at the parcel level instead of just assigning a single location. The projects are as follows:
1.The initial project, TPL's Protected Places Inventory (PPI) database – which includes over 4,500 projects and over 40 years of conservation work – was lacking parcel data. With parcel-level data on all TPL protected places, the GIS team would be able to provide more detailed information in the requested reports, such as how many children live within a half mile from a given park or open space.
2.The Conservation Almanac covers land area conservation activity across the United States. The project was developed because of requests by elected officials, journalists, and others who want to understand the context for land conservation and what is being spent on land conservation from both the public and private sectors. The database helps answer questions like, “How much land has been protected in my state?” and “Which state and federal agencies have protected lands in the state and how much did that cost?”
3.The National Conservation Easement database was a collaborative effort with four other leading conservation organizations to provide a comprehensive picture of an estimated 40 million acres of privately-owned conservation easement lands in the U.S. When TPL and their partners – Ducks Unlimited, Defenders of Wildlife, NatureServe and Conservation Biology Institute – began work on the National Conservation Easement Database (NCED), they discovered that many land trusts and entities that manage easements did not have easements mapped at the parcel level.
Breece Robertson, TPL’s National Conservation Vision and GIS Director, told CoreLogic, “When attempting to collect parcel data on a nationwide basis, we discovered that in some areas, parcel data either didn’t exist or was so expensive through the local government that it prohibited our organization from economically acquiring the data. Additionally, the data we did finally acquire was often outdated or incomplete.”
The organization realized the need for a nationwide parcel boundary dataset and began a hunt for parcel data with the following requirements in mind:
1.The parcel data had to be current and frequently updated. Outdated or unavailable parcel information could lead to an incorrect assessment of a conservation easement.
2.The database had to be nationwide and include parcels that even local governments had not processed. This would increase the parcel-level mapping reach of their parcel prioritizing project.
3.The parcel boundary information had to come from a single, trusted source, as the nationwide parcel layer would be used as a major building block within the nonprofit’s GIS platform.
ParcelPoint® from CoreLogic® met all of TPL’s Requirements for a Nationwide Parcel Dataset and considerably slashed the Protected Places Inventory project’s budget and timeline
ParcelPoint is a robust and patented parcel boundary data set that has more U.S. coverage than any other source. At CoreLogic, we often refer to ourselves as our own best client because the parcel boundary data set is a key location information component of our industry-leading Flood and Geospatial businesses.
With 150.6 million out of an estimated 152 million parcels nationwide, the data set is the most extensive of its kind, and quarterly updates ensure that the parcel collection is growing and accurately maintained.
Plus, with staff members dedicated and passionate about the product, clients have access to timely and knowledgeable technical support.
Trusted by a variety of industries, including the financial industry, the decision was made by Ms. Robertson and her colleagues to invest in the best possible resource – ParcelPoint from CoreLogic.
Ms. Robertson recently told CoreLogic, “With the help of CoreLogic, the organization’s budget for adding parcel data to our PPI database was significantly slashed and took a single year to complete instead of the estimated five years. Plus, with over 4,500 completed projects in the PPI database, it’s not only easier to keep the parcel boundary information current, but entering new projects to the database takes 15 minutes when it previously took over three hours to add a single project.
Parcel data helps show a more accurate assessment of the Green Swamp Conservation easements
in Pasco County, Florida.