Think of all the things you’ve got to repair around your home right now. All the little paint chips, the projects you’ve been putting off. Now think about all the things you need fixed on your block. How about your neighborhood. Or your whole city? How would you even keep track of all that?
For five years, data scientist Stacey Mosely worked on software that helped city engineers do just that. She designed tools that tracked everything from potholes to problem properties.
Now, she’s pouring her knowledge into a business that helps real estate developers identify where they can fight blight—while making a profit—through targeted investment.
It’s the story of FixList, coming up next, on The Build.