See your land develop in real-time
We couldn't claim to be the industry standard in land development software without our maps. At the heart of LotWorks are the best visualization tools in the business. With fully georeferenced lot lines, extensive search and filtering tools, and incredibly fast load times, we're confident you'll be amazed by what you can see and do.
Want to see how much inventory a specific builder is sitting on in your newest phase? Or across all builders, how many starter homes within a certain price range have been absorbed?
LotWorks allows you to build micro-level views by layering an unlimited number of filters - and you can just as easily remove filters with a single click. As you update filters, the instant data summary updates in real-time, providing totals for lot count, frontage, and price.
LotWorks allows you to visualize your inventory any way you choose.
By default, the map shows your lots colour-coded by sale status. But you can also view them by builder, or as a price range choropleth. Each time you select a new visualization, the map reloads with a different colour scheme and corresponding legend.
print and export
Of course, inventory maps can't be truly useful unless you can easily share them with others. For a quick visual summary, the print option gives you a two-page PDF, with the current map view as well as the data summary, including active filters and a bar chart of lot counts based on your visualization. Click here for a sample.
If you need a table-based list of lots you can use the Export Manager to build your own report, adding whatever columns you'd like to include, and then download them as a PDF or Excel spreadsheet. Export "profiles" can be named and saved for re-use.
Google Maps Technology Partner
We’re proud to be a Technology Partner with Google Maps. It means our clients get to manage their inventory using the best, most familiar and intuitive maps interface available - not to mention the highest-quality satellite imagery.
More importantly, Google has a commitment to improving their maps year after year - which is the same approach we take with LotWorks.