Olivia Ramos

Olivia Ramos

Olivia is a graduate of Singularity University and the DARPA Innovation House. She holds a master’s degree in architecture from Columbia University and a second master’s in real estate development from the University of Miami.

Olivia Ramos
Olivia is a graduate of Singularity University and the DARPA Innovation House. She holds a master’s degree in architecture from Columbia University and a second master’s in real estate development from the University of Miami.

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The Market Scanner: Instant Development Potential

Imagine asking a city, “Where can I build 80 multifamily units?” What if you can have a conversation with a city? What would you ask …

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Arlington, Texas, has three times the development capacity of Garland and Irving.

Fort Worth has twice the development capacity of Dallas.  Calculating the total development capacity of an entire city requires an arduous digitization process. Municipalities may …

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Fort Worth plans for larger-than-life industrial growth.

Fort Worth’s tracts with the highest development density are all zoned for Industrial development. Zoning data is power. Not only can we identify where cities …

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How to capture the direction of downtown expansion.

The juxtaposition of current and future density delivers direction for real estate growth. We separated the top five tracts with the highest current inventory density …

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Visualization of future density: the path of an expanding downtown.

Mapping the future of density delivers the direction of a city’s growth. As a real estate developer, I’ve always wondered about the direction in which …

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StartUp innovation techniques from Silicon Valley. 

Is investment automation possible in real estate development? Over the past two weeks, I’ve shared findings from an automated, data-driven investment method. The objective is …

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The Densest Neighborhoods in Irving, Texas

Is it possible that the highest density doesn’t always indicate a city’s downtown district? We expected to find downtown Irving within the top five densest …

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A line graph showing the drastic increase of construction in Irving, Texas in 2018.

What caused the 2018 construction boom in Irving, Texas?

Irving, Texas, went from building an average of five million square feet per year to 60 million square feet in 2018. Did Irving, Texas, really …

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Two line graphs showing the 50-year construction trends.

Comparing 50-year construction trends between Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas.

Dallas and Forth Worth have inverse 50-year construction trends. How should we interpret these trend lines? According to our 50-year construction trend data, Fort Worth …

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A series of graphs showing the direct relationship between economic data and construction activity in 5 cities in Texas.

Are economic trends and construction activity correlated?

We have discovered a direct correlation between economic trends and construction activity in the Dallas-Fort Worth MSA.  The correlation between construction activity and economic trends …

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