Items Tagged with 'appraisal technology'

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  • Class Valuation snatches up another AMC

    Acquires Texas-based appraisal management company Janus Valuation & Compliance
    Class Valuation, a real estate collateral valuation and appraisal management company, has acquired Janus Valuation & Compliance. The deal is the second AMC acquisition the Michigan-based 2019 Tech100 winner has made in the last six months and one of several big steps Class Valuation has taken since it was acquired by Narrow Gauge Capital in March 2018.
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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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  • Appraisal tech startup Reggora raises $3 million in seed funding

    Claims it can “streamline the appraisal process”
    Reggora, a Boston-based startup that claims its software can “streamline the appraisal process,” now has $3 million in its coffers to help grow it business. According to the company, its software “condenses and streamlines appraisals by automating traditionally manual processes such as finding appraisers, scheduling appraisal inspections and reviewing the final appraisal product.”
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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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  • CoreLogic acquires a la mode

    Claims it’s the next step to its end-to-end valuation solution
    CoreLogic, a property information, analytics and data-enabled services provider, announced Thursday that it acquired a la mode technologies as part of the continued growth of its valuations division. But appraisers are wary of the change, asking, “what doesn’t CoreLogic own?”
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  • From HW Magazine

    The future of valuations

    What automation means for appraisers and appraisal companies
    The appraisal industry is in the midst of huge disruption as automated valuation models and hybrid appraisal products gain favor with regulators and investors. What does the future hold for appraisers and appraisal companies as they adjust to the new realities of automation?
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  • Accurate Group launches portfolio valuation solution for capital markets

    Designed for asset managers, hedge funds, and investment banks and firms
    Real estate tech provider Accurate Group launched a new real estate portfolio valuations tool for capital market firms. The solution is a combination of the company’s ValueNet appraisal tech platform and industry-compliant appraisal processes unique to capital markets firms and provides fast, accurate valuations on portfolios.
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  • Clarocity Corporation unveils Clarocity Valuation Services

    Valuation services provider formed by Valuation Vision, Valued Veterans merger
    Clarocity Corporation, a provider of real estate valuation solutions, announced recently that it launched Clarocity Valuation Services, which will serve as the distributor of Clarocity’s valuation products. According to the Clarocity Corp., ClarocityVS was formed by merging Valuation Vision and Valued Veterans.
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