The question is if one is written as 101 Main Street and the other one is 101 Main St, what loqate does it standardizes first. So both addresses will become St, so you don't need additional code. If locate returns the end result as one single address, that's an indication that is the same physical location. If you see slight variation, that means locate identifies those two entrances as two different locations. So it does not have a code, but it has the AVC code which you can use to say, the locality is very important for me in addition to address line one, city, state and all of that stuff.
Also, the unit number is very important to me, so do not treat unit and the one without unit as same. You can basically differentiate. So loqate basically tells you that I've verified this and the AVC code which is sort of a code tells that tells you to what level they have verified that, to the street level, to the building level, to the unit level. You can then decide whether you want to treat two addresses as same based on your business requirements. So yes, there is a code in a way you can use.If you missed it, watch our Reltio Community show on Machine Based Learning Matching with Match IQ:
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