I want to openstreet map for my real estate project. Can any one help me..? I'm new to this openstreet map. I want do proximity search, nearby search(hotels,Restaurants,hotels,shops, etc) to particular place and i want to show price of each property as a marker like in http://www.trulia.com/real_estate/New_York-New_York/ .. Is i need to buy any api from open street map to customize the map for my needs,

asked 26 Jul '12, 13:31

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It sounds as if you might require more, and more customized, help than can be given in this forum. There's a list of professional consultants and service providers on the Wiki: http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Commercial_OSM_Software_and_Services

You don't need to buy anything from OSM however you might have to do some things yourself. Remember, OpenStreetMap is mainly a provider of free data, not a provider of free computing resources. You will need

  • a JavaScript library to display the map and markers on your page (e.g. free OpenLayers, free Leaflet)
  • a source for the map ("map tiles") to be displayed - if it's for a limited area only then you can make your own tiles, but for larger areas you'll want to either set up your own tile server or use a third-party tile server (free offerings from MapQuest Open, commercial offerings from MapBox and Geofabrik, among others)
  • a database filled with relevant OSM data to perform your proximity/nearby search (free MapQuest Open Nominatim service might do some but not all of what you need)
  • someone to write the code that glues it all together
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answered 26 Jul '12, 13:50

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edited 26 Jul '12, 13:50

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Also, OpenStreetMap does not contain data on what properties are for sale or their price.

(08 Feb '13, 13:41) LivingWithDr...
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