How can geothinQ help you?
Frequently Asked Questions
What regions does geothinQ currently support?
geothinQ currently provides GIS data and detailed county maps in major markets in the Southeast, including Atlanta, Augusta, Austin, Charleston, Charlotte, Columbia SC, Emerald Coast, Greenville, Gulf Coast, Myrtle Beach, Nashville, North Florida, Orlando, Raleigh-Durham, Savannah, South Florida, South Georgia, Southwest Florida, and Tallahassee.
What devices does geothinQ work with?
In your office or on-site, access geothinQ’s web portal on demand via your computer, tablet or smartphone.
What data is available via geothinQ?
Our data includes:
- County Maps
- Property Lines & Ownership
- Properties 100 Acres & Greater
- Property Value Heatmaps
- National Wetlands Inventory
- LiDAR-Derived Contours
- Civic Points of Interest
- Municipal Boundaries
- Protected Areas and Parks
- FEMA National Flood Hazard Layer
- Census Data
- Traffic Counts
Data availability varies by region.
How many users can access geothinQ?
As many as you need! Our packages start at $75 per month per user. Have more than 10 users? Contact us for a custom quote.
How much does geothinQ cost?
geothinQ starts at $75 per month per user for a single region. Each additional region is only $25 per user.
How do I add additional users to my organization?
Administrators of geothinQ organizations can add users by accessing the control panel.
How do I add additional regions to my geothinQ?
Administrators of geothinQ organizations can utilize the control panel to add new regions to an existing account.
What’s your cancellation policy?
We don’t think you’ll need it, but in case your needs change, you can cancel your geothinQ subscription at any time. Our customers are billed monthly, so you will continue to be able to use geothinQ until the current month is complete.
The GIS data I want isn’t listed. Can it be added?
Yes! It’s possible to add GIS data not available in geothinQ regions. Contact us about setting up a custom geothinQ application.
Can I add my/my client’s logo to my geothinQ application?
Sure! Contact us about setting up a custom geothinQ application.
How often is geothinQ’s GIS data updated?
We update parcel data quarterly. The date acquired is shown in the list of parcel attributes within the application.
Why is FEMA flood zone mapping data not available for all regions?
geothinQ references the authoritative FEMA National Flood Hazard Layer to display flood zone maps. Currently, most of coastal South Carolina is not included in the National Flood Hazard Layer, but we do include the preliminary FEMA data for these geothinQ regions to provide an early look at projected risks to flood hazards.
Do I need to understand GIS software to use geothinQ?
Not at all! Our goal in building geothinQ was to make GIS technology available to all land stakeholders. If you can use Microsoft Word, you can use geothinQ.
Can I add text and labels to maps?
Yes, simply select the text tool and click on the map where you would like the text to appear.
Can I measure distances and areas?
Yes! Simply click the measure button the toolbar, and select whether you’d like to measure an area, a distance or see an XY coordinate
Can I change colors and fonts?
Yes! You can change the colors of any graphics or lines you add to a map. You can also change the font style, color, size and effects for your text.
Can I save reference points?
Yes. Our bookmark tool allows you to save parcels and points for future reference, which you can also share with your team.
Learn to create Travel Area polygons on your map as a graphic. View your range of travel from a point, or points, of interest.
Learn how to run a complex search on your data layers. Select a range of attributes and receive a table with your results.
Learn to use the Quick Search Bar to find addresses or to quickly search for properties by a range of attributes.
In this tutorial, learn how to create graphics on your map. Use them in bookmarks or print them with your map as a PDF.
View geothinQ’s numerous data layers, including wetlands, soils, elevation, FEMA Flood Hazard Zones, and soils data to learn the geography of your property.
Learn how to drop pins on your map and add notes, photos, or documents. Filter your pins or share them within your organization.