When the W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research which specializes in urban/regional economics and public finance decided to take on a new housing study, it knew where to turn.
By leveraging Infutor’s historical residential and consumer data, Upjohn was able to construct a sequence of previous addresses, identifying residents of new housing in large central cities, their previous address, and the current residents of those previous addresses, to study trends in housing migration.
See how Upjohn leveraged Infutor data including:
- Public and private telephone data
- Deed and property information
- Subscription services
- Numerous other privacy and security-compliant sources