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Catylist Continues Growth Trajectory in 2019 with Market Expansion, National Marketplace Launch, and Partnership with Moody’s Analytics

Jan 1, 2020

Ann Arbor, Mich. – ​In 2019, commercial real estate (CRE) technology provider Catylist continued their growth trajectory, expanding into eight new markets including Phoenix/Scottsdale, Birmingham, Nashville, Central Texas, and complete statewide adoption in all major markets throughout Ohio. In 2018, Catylist entered into nineteen new markets with the implementation of Catylist Research, a listings platform with fully researched data, comprehensive in a market. The company’s growth of regional market platforms highlights that local markets need data to bring CRE professionals together. By comprehensively tracking local markets, Catylist provides the solution for a clear need within the CRE industry.

Adding to the company’s growth, Catylist launched its innovative Commercial Exchange platform, a national commercial real estate marketplace where users can search for sale and lease availabilities sourced directly from brokers in Catylist’s network of 50+ local commercial real estate platforms in markets across the country. The data is verified by brokers for accuracy and timeliness. In addition to reaching investors and tenants nationwide, Commercial Exchange also provides CRE professionals with Catylist-powered technology to share data in every market throughout the U.S.

With the launch of Commercial Exchange, Catylist also partnered with Moody’s Analytics to offer a Commercial Location Score for each property listed on the platform. This score allows CRE investors, lenders and developers to evaluate each parcel’s suitability and potential using factors such as business vitality, economic prosperity, amenity, spatial demand, transportation and safety. Catylist further partnered with Moody’s to integrate their data into the REIS Network.

“Over the past year, Catylist has grown exponentially by providing first-class technology and quality CRE data to local markets,” said Ronald D. Marten, President and CEO of Catylist. “Looking ahead to 2020, we expect Catylist to continue to flourish, as we offer our customers advanced CRE technology at a price point everyone can afford.”

Since its founding in 2001, Catylist has partnered with and serves 70+ REALTOR® associations across North America on more than 50 local platforms, and plans to reach 20,000+ users in 2020.

Catylist offers a wide portfolio of CRE tech products that serve agents and brokerages, associations, economic development groups, property owners, investors and tenants. To learn more about Catylist’s products and stay up-to-date on company news, visit

About Catylist

For the past 18 years Catylist has been building commercial real estate technology, tailored to local markets. Catylist creates listings databases and research for local markets that serve as the most trusted sources for CRE information in every market. Catylist serves more than 50 markets in North America. As an added benefit to Catylist members, Catylist provides national exposure to every listing through its free-to-search commercial marketplace, Learn more at

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Courtney Young

Posted on Jan 1, 2020

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