Data analytics provider CoreLogic (CLGX), recently spun off by First American Financial (FAF), will provide foreclosure data and property information to the Yahoo! Real Estate foreclosure service, the company said. The partnership adds listings of various stages of foreclosure and real-estate-owned (REO) properties to Yahoo! Real Estate’s online database of distressed properties including foreclosure and pre-foreclosure listings. “Partnering with Yahoo! brings our targeted, property-level real estate data to consumers on a widespread basis,” said CoreLogic data and analytics group executive George Livermore, in a statement. “Yahoo! Real Estate is a tremendous resource for people who want to investigate and pursue real estate opportunities whether to live in or as investments, and we’re glad to be part of that resource and enhance the experience for Yahoo! users.” CoreLogic recently expanded its platform to use data covering 97% of US residential properties in more than 3,100 counties. Write to Diana Golobay. Disclosure: the author holds no relevant investments.
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