NeighborhoodX is a real estate research and analytics firm. Our mission is bringing clarity to an opaque market, and helping people make more informed decisions.
As most people have been priced out of familiar markets, or as changing markets have made familiar markets unfamiliar, the quality of data becomes more relevant. Our analyses help sellers maximize revenue, and buyers determine an upper limit for their bids. We've helped reposition underperforming real estate assets, and have added value and reduced risk for developers, investors, and lenders.
Constantine Valhouli is a co-founder of NeighborhoodX. His career began in Equity Research at Morgan Stanley. Since then, his research on emerging technologies and real estate has been presented at the Stanford/MIT Venture Forum, published by the Urban Land Institute, and is on the graduate curriculum at Stanford University and Tsinghua University (Beijing), among others. Constantine holds an MBA from Columbia Business School, and an MA from Georgetown's CCT program. Occasionally he does things like this.
Saurav Bhattacharrya is a co-founder of NeighborhoodX. He brings over 10 years experience building startups. He is a co-founder of the Boston Calendar, and he holds a degree in mathematics from New York University.
Merrill Brown is a media pioneer who has worked as a journalist, media executive, and consultant. He launched CourtTV, and served as the founding editor-in-chief of MSNBC.com. During his tenure, the fledgling company grew to become one of the most-visited news sites on the Internet. Merrill is a member of the Knight Foundation Journalism Advisory Committee.
Jonathan Miller is President and CEO of Miller Samuel, a real estate appraisal and consulting firm. He is an expert commentator, covering US and regional housing issues in the New York Times, Bloomberg, the Wall Street Journal, Reuters, AP, CNBC, CNN, ABC, The Real Deal, Crain's New York Business and Bloomberg View. Mr. Miller was named 'Best Online Real Estate Expert' by Money magazine and one of the 100 Most Powerful People in Real Estate by the New York Observer.
He is the author of a series of market reports considered the 'report of record' that are relied on by the media, financial institutions and government agencies including the Federal Reserve, Internal Revenue Service, and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.