Your Home’s WalkScore – Edited

Now we (and you) can edit your home’s walkability. One of my biggest complaints is how the data for WalkScore lagged due to the Charlottesville area’s relatively small population/size/scale. No more.

No one knows your neighborhood better than you! Now you can add and remove places from the Walk Score map to make sure your neighborhood is accurate and up-to-date.

Hopefully, this will increase the accuracy of the WalkScore, and thus, help homebuyers better evaluate their options. A suggestion to homeowners in the City of Charlottesville and other walkable areas of the Charlottesville/Albemarle area:

Check out the WalkScore of your home and make sure that the data is accurate and up to date. Home buyers are searching for walkable homes. Don’t you want to do everything you can to ensure they’re seeing the best information?

Because I walk the geek line just enough to ask questions:

Why can’t WalkScore integrate/pull from/use the APIs of the location leaders –


Google Places


Facebook Places

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