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StreetLinks acquires majority interest in Corvisa

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StreetLinks National Appraisal Services, a residential appraisal management business, will purchase a 51% interest in Corvisa, a software and appraisal management provider. The terms of the acquisition were not disclosed, but the deal is expected to close within the next 30 days. The acquisition combines the Corvisa self-managed appraisal technology and platform with the full-service appraisal management provided by StreetLinks. Steve Haslam, CEO of StreetLinks, said the two companies can now customize any appraisal management service to meet a client's needs. "This will expedite our capabilities to bring a wide variety of innovative valuation solutions and products to the market that are already in advance stages of development," Haslam added. Streetlinks has corporate offices in Indianapolis and Kansas City. Corvisa is based in Milwaukee. Write to Jon Prior.

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