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World’s first book on why local market data is not available to most real estate professions; the core missing data that affects risk.

Learn how to access current market data and accurate local predictions, never before available to agents, investors, or risk managers.

Profit amplification and risk mediation.

JACKED UP: The Rules Have Changed

JACKED UP: The Rules Have Changed

Agents, brokers, and real estate investors often suffer from the misconception that all the data and information they need to succeed, is online and available from current websites or any other online real estate service. Nothing could be further from the truth.

Only 1% have access to the data they need, including the latest market data that drives risk, opportunities, and sales. Less than 1% have access to the latest job growth or median income growth in your Zip Code, or any Zip Code. What about you? There is a solution, and it starts with DATA. New fresh market, demographic, and economic data for yourself, your website, or your business.

Times are changing in the real estate space. If you’re looking for a way to make more profits and sales or if you are searching for ways to lower risks, then you need to read this book.  Today’s world is tech-centric.  Data is everywhere, but sometimes, what we need can’t easily be found online—or found online at all.

This book is designed to help professional orientate themselves in today’s digital landscape.  Stay ahead of the competition.  Climb your way to the top and don’t allow yourself, your knowledge, and your skills to become obsolete.

What are you waiting for? Grab your copy and get started today!


Eddie Godshalk is the founder of Zip Analyser. He has over 20 years of experience in the finance and Real Estate industry, been licensed in four states, and has purchased more than 40 investment properties. Being able to make informed decisions is the key to success in real estate and having accurate local real estate forecasts is the key to informed and smarter decisions.

Since such data did not exist, Eddie founded Zip Analyser to provide it.