Become a Member
Join today, and change tomorrow...
The Open Property Data Association (OPDA) is at the forefront of promoting transparency and accessibility in the property industry. By joining OPDA, you can contribute to the mission of sharing property-related data and fostering innovation in the field. The process of becoming a member is straightforward and can be completed by filling out a simple application form. The form also allows you to indicate your areas of expertise and interest within the property data community. Whether you are a data scientist, estate agency professional, conveyancer, or simply passionate about open data, OPDA welcomes individuals from various backgrounds.
Once you have filled in the required fields, review your submission for accuracy and submit the form electronically. The OPDA team will then process your application and contact you with further details. As a member, you will gain access to a network of like-minded individuals and organisations, enabling collaboration and knowledge exchange.
Joining OPDA not only offers you the opportunity to contribute to a global effort in democratising property data, but also gives you access to valuable resources, including datasets, research, and industry events. By completing a simple form, you can take a significant step toward becoming part of a community that is driving positive change in the property sale sector.
Don’t miss out on the chance to be part of the Open Property Data Association. Join today and help shape the future of the property data ecosystem.
How to apply...
Simply complete the registration form online with your company, contact, and membership fee details and we’ll take care of the rest.
* Please ensure you’ve read the fee section on the membership page so you know how much your annual membership fee will be. Invoices are sent via email on submission *
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- Growing businesses
- 5 to 50 FTE
- 100k - 1m turnover
- Larger businesses
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- More than 1m turnover