Items Tagged with 'valuation services provider'

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  • CBRE grows valuation business by acquiring Florida Valuation Group

    Commercial real estate appraisal firm joining CBRE
    CBRE is growing its commercial real estate valuation business, as the company announced this week that it acquired Florida Valuation Group, a commercial real estate appraisal firm that specializes in right-of-way appraisal and litigation support for eminent domain proceedings in Florida and the Southeast.
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  • Class Valuation invests in tech company InsideMaps to bring digital imaging to appraisals

    Part of effort to “modernize” appraisal process
    Class Valuation, a growing appraisal management company that recently changed its name from Class Appraisal, is investing in a tech company called InsideMaps to bring digital imaging and 3D mapping to the home appraisal process. According to the companies, Class Valuation made an equity investment in InsideMaps, which has developed technology to generate 3D tours and models of both the interior and exterior of homes while also creating a detailed data set about the home itself.
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  • CoreLogic shifts focus to appraisals, moves away from loan origination software

    Moves to accelerate appraisal management company “transformation”
    In the last few years, CoreLogic has significantly grown its valuations business through a series of acquisitions, including a la mode, Mercury Network, LandSafe Appraisal Services, FNC, and RELS. And now, the company is sharpening its focus on appraisals and moving away from other “non-core” parts of the company.
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  • An inside look at the battle over AVMs

    What exactly makes a company’s valuation system a “trade secret”?
    [Expert commentary] There's a serious battle being waged right now over automated valuation models. Some in the housing industry love AVMs, while others despise them. And AVMs only seem to be growing in popularity. But what happens if one company gets accused of stealing another company's AVM formula?
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  • Here's how much CoreLogic is paying to acquire Mercury Network

    Reveals price for 45% stake in company
    Last month, CoreLogic continued its massive expansion into the valuations business by announcing that it was acquiring Mercury Network, a purchase valuation technology and appraisal management platform provider, from Serent Capital. What wasn’t known at the time is just how much CoreLogic is paying for Mercury Network, but CoreLogic revealed the details of the acquisition in the company’s second quarter earnings report.
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  • CoreLogic expanding valuation business, announces acquisition of Mercury Network

    In last few years, CoreLogic also acquired LandSafe, FNC, and RELS
    Over the last several years, CoreLogic launched and significantly grew its valuations division through a series of substantial acquisitions, buying LandSafe Appraisal Services, FNC, and RELS for a total purchase price of approximately $587 million. And it looks like CoreLogic isn’t done growing its valuations business either, as the company announced Tuesday that it is acquiring Mercury Network.
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  • Clarocity adds Carol Trice to lead valuation quality and audit division

    Will serve as director of quality review services
    Clarocity Corporation, which provides real estate valuation technologies and is a winner of the 2017 HW Tech100, announced recently that Carol Trice is joining the company as director of quality review services. In this role, Trice will lead Clarocity’s valuation quality and audit division.
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  • From HW Magazine

    MyAMC uses proprietary technology to identify the best appraiser for every assignment

    Automated quality control makes for quick response times
    MyAMC assists in underwriting interpretation and potential investor issues regarding appraisal challenges. The company was part of the early testing of Fannie Mae’s Collateral Underwriter, an automated risk assessment tool, and can provide guidance in resolving challenges stemming from CU.
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