ReinID, at its core, is a location intelligence platform that focuses on expanding $40 Billion real estate "incentives" and finance markets.
Ranging from New Market Tax Credits (NMTC), EB-5, Historic Tax Credits (HTC), Affordable Housing (HUD/LIHTC), and bank data, our platform saves you time and lets you see real estate in a whole new way.
If you can put a pushpin on a map, type an address, click a mouse or tap on a screen of a tablet, we can fasttrack the process to find "incentives" available your desired location.
ReinID's subscription model is flexible and affordable. Starting at just $19 per month, users get tremendous value of using the ReinID Map to discover the location of incentives, banks, census tract lookups and boundaries , counties, bird-eye map views, address lookups, and much more.Enroll Now!
The EB-5 map and data features are un-paralled in speed and accuracy. We are the first to offer interactive, real-time TEA averaging (commonly called "gerrymandering") feature that allows users to point-click census tracts on the map and the system will automatically calculate unemployment across "qualified" and non-qualified tracts and provide a summary report for review.
Once you discover if your site or project may qualify for the EB-5 program, you can then view the summary report and supporting EB-5 Regional Centers report for an EB-5 representative.
The U.S Citizenship and Immigration Services administers the EB-5 program and investors must invest in a new commercial enterprise which is any for-profit activity formed for the ongoing conduct of lawful business including, but not limited to:
A targeted employment area is an area that, at the time of investment, is a rural area or an area experiencing unemployment of at least 150 percent of the national average rate.
We are the first and only site that offers a list of EB-5 Regional Centers in every EB-5 Report. Easily find if TEAs and the Regional Centers who can help.
Our ReinID Incentives Map can show you the EB-5 targeted employment areas and, as of the time of this writing, appears to be the only map that also calculates gerrymandering.
There are many sites that have commercial property listings; but how many attract big brands like Walmart, Dollar General, Costco, and land developers? How does a listing on your site attract entreprenuers needing gap financing to close the deal? Do your listings attract housing developers? What are you listings doing to help create jobs?
Big brands and commercial developers look for real estate and land with incentives such as New Maket Tax Credits, Low-Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC), HUD/Section-8 properties to build businesses, provide housing, and build communities.
Attaching real estate incentives to each of your properties is your anwer. In nearly one afternoon, your software team can implement incentives to all your listings. Why wait for the competition get ahead, contact us for details.
The ReinID button is designed to show page visitors that incentives have been "identified" for the listing's area -- and in some cases, identified incentives that ONLY exist for that property. Contact us for assistance to empower listings.
Often investors inquire about local bank locations near a given project site. ReinID went further to not only show every bank branch locations, but also, the publically available branch deposit amounts (where available), location addresses, web site addresses, small loan activity, and service areas.
We're the first to show the closest banks to your project from our reports. If you have a web site and want to show bank branches to your clients or for internal use only, our cloud services offer what you need. Contact us for additional information regarding banking information.
Other than map display, we have multiple views into bank data including web site addresses, CRA contacts and much more. We offer a variety of views to banking data and strive to keep it as current as possible. Contact us for additional information regarding bank data information.
We're are also the first to show banks assessment/service areas at the surrounding county or metropolitan areas. Contact us for additional information regarding bank assessment area information.
The Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC), pronounced “li-tek,” program was created by Congress in 1986 to raise private equity for the new construction/rehabilitation of affordable housing by allocating federal tax credits to the development.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is the "clearing house" for housing and "sustainable communities" and requires applications to be fulfilled in order procure funding. One such application is the Quality Assurance Application (QAPP)
Many, if not all, States have their own form of a QAPP with varying requirements specific a location's surroundings, such as schools, grocery stores, medical facilities, etc. QAPPs may also require certain restrictions of surroundings; such as, a location may not be within a certain distance of a variety of different businesses or venues. As an example, a project location may lose QAPP points for being within 300 feet of a pub, tattoo parlor, junk yard, etc.
ReinID has an "Amenities Report" that is designed to help with determining what surrounds a project and provides a report of the surrounding businesses and the distance from the sites. We have a proprietary scoring system that helps with a general assessment of a given location.
We have supporting data for Difficult to Develop Area (DDA) and Qualified Census Tract (QCT) data by each county in the Unites States with demographic data. Our database contains all up-to-date and mapped LIHTC projects with supporting 4%/9% deal data.
The goal of the NMTC program is to spur revitalization efforts of low-income and impoverished communities across the United States and its territories.
Our NMTC map features detailed views and demographic information based on any virtually any location in the United States. Our cloud services allows your company and clients the ability to determine if a project qualifies for New Markets Tax Credits.
The supporting data indicates "Qualified", "Distressed", "Food Desert", tract, county, metro/non-metro, population, poverty rates, and other supporting data.
Once you discover if your site or project is in a qualified/distressed area, you can then view the supporting Community Development Entities (CDE) report for direct contact of a CDE representative or you may contact us for additional assistance.
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