Any real estate purchase is loaded with risk. Natural disasters, property taxes, tenant delinquency, and infrastructure issues are just a few of the problems that can drastically affect a property's value.
Today we've got one of our favorite Big Data stocks helping solve this problem.
In fact, this is one we've liked for a while. It's up 85% since Money Morning Defense and Tech Specialist Michael Robinson recommended it in August 2014, compared to just 48% for the S&P 500 in that time.
Michael recently doubled down on this pick. In fact, he expects it to double in share price within the next four years.
Plus, the stock just received an upgrade from the Money Morning Stock VQScore™ system. It now holds our highest score, which suggests the stock is poised to rise.
It's no wonder: This company maintains a database of more than 4.5 billion property and financial records. These cover residential and commercial spaces but also specialized properties for projects like telecommunications wiring and pipelines.
Clients can access this data in order to weigh risks related to credit, taxes, or flooding, or to get information on just about anything else they can think of. And it's all available instantly on the digital cloud.
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This data is invaluable to the mortgage lenders, financial firms, insurance companies, government agencies, and real estate professionals who depend on good information to make smart real estate decisions.
With real estate booming in places like the Pacific Northwest, Texas, and North Carolina, now is a perfect time to get in on the high-tech action this stock provides.
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About the Author
Stephen Mack has been writing about economics and finance since 2011. He contributed material for the best-selling books Aftershock and The Aftershock Investor. He lives in Baltimore, Maryland.