Global Skyline LLC formed to own and market intellectual property designed to facilitate derivatives in real estate.
Global Skyline LLC files U.S. patents covering the intellectual property associated with producing and utilizing daily real estate prices in derivative financial instruments and markets.
Global Skyline Inc. incorporated in Delaware. Global Skyline Inc. acquires 100% of the interests in Global Skyline LLC.
Global Skyline initiates partnership with Ventana Systems, Inc. to jointly develop the daily real estate price.
Global Skyline Inc. completes private equity placement.
Global Skyline Inc. changes its name to Radar Logic Incorporated.
Radar Logic Incorporated merges with Ventana Systems, Inc., which will continue to operate as an autonomous subsidiary of Radar Logic.
Trading begins in Radar Logic's Residential Property Index (RPX) market.
Radar Logic announces plans to acquire Miller Samuel Inc.
Radar Logic begins publication of RPX Monthly Housing Market Report.
RPX exceeds a quarter of a billion dollars in its first seven weeks of trading.
Trading in Radar Logic’s RPX exceeds $2 billion in volume.
Radar Logic begins publication of RPX Manhattan Condominium Price.
Radar Logic begins publication of RPX Manhattan Neighborhoods Prices.
Radar Logic begins publication of the Radar Logic Premium Research Reports.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development uses Radar Logic as a source for determining median home prices as part of the Economic Stimulus Act of 2008.
Trading in RPX exceeds $3 billion in volume.