Technology

ATTOM Data Solutions acquired by private equity firm Lovell Minnick Partners

Data provider plans to grow
ATTOM Data Solutions, the real estate data provider formerly known as RealtyTrac, is now under new ownership. The company announced Tuesday morning that it’s been acquired by Lovell Minnick Partners, a private equity firm, for an undisclosed amount. Previously, ATTOM was owned by Renovo Capital and Rosewood Private Investments.
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American Financial Resources COO Bill Packer to chair MBA's tech forum

Industry veteran will lead RESTECH
The Mortgage Bankers Association has named American Financial Resources COO Bill Packer chairman of its Residential Technology Forum. "MBA is committed to bringing industry leaders and tech experts together to address the challenges and opportunities facing our members, investors and consumers," said MBA SVP and Chief Economist Mike Fratantoni.
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Cloudvirga appoints Ashley Lundquist to VP of talent

Ashley Lundquist previously served as Houzz's manger of recruitment
Digital mortgage software provider Cloudvirga announced Ashley Lundquist will spearhead its growth initiatives as vice president of talent. Cloudvirga CEO Michael Schreck said Lundquist’s experience in attracting and developing talent for high-growth tech companies will be essential as Cloudvirga expands its team.
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LoanLogics hires David Parker as SVP of product management

Mortgage tech veteran joins team to drive product portfolio
LoanLogics, a provider of loan quality management and performance analytics, hired David Parker as senior vice president of product management. In this role, the 30-year industry veteran will oversee the vision and direction of LoanLogic's product portfolio and be tasked with customer engagement and retention.
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Judge sides with Airbnb, HomeAway; blocks NYC law requiring sites to disclose user data

Law will not take effect during court battle
A federal judge on Thursday sided with Airbnb and HomeAway and blocked a New York City law that requires the short-term rental platforms to disclose a significant amount of user data. The preliminary ruling comes in a lawsuit filed against New York City by Airbnb over a new law that requires short-term rental sites to reveal hosts’ data.
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Computershare acquires LenderLive Network

Australian company continues U.S. expansion
Australian tech company Computershare is continuing its expansion into the U.S. mortgage market by acquiring LenderLive Network. Computershare first expanded into the U.S. in 2011 when it acquired Specialized Loan Servicing. The company later acquired Capital Markets Cooperative and Credit Risk Solutions (formerly known as Altavera Mortgage Services). And now, Computershare has completed its acquisition of LenderLive Network, a deal that was first announced back in August.
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