Items Tagged with 'RealtyTrac'


  • 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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  • RealtyTrac Twitter account mistakenly posts wildly NSFW tweet

    “Going forward all posts will be reviewed by an actual person employed by RealtyTrac”
    Outside of the occasional retweet of a news article that uses its data, RealtyTrac’s Twitter feed is fairly basic. The account tends to tweet once every 12 hours, posting at 6:45am Eastern and 6:45pm Eastern, every day. As per usual, RealtyTrac’s Monday morning tweet included a link to the latest RealtyTrac Daily, but Monday’s edition featured a wildly NSFW (not safe for work) image and link to an equally NSFW adult entertainment website.
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  • Women [still] better at paying their mortgages

    Here’s more evidence
    A new study from ATTOM Data Solutions shows, once again, that women are better than men at paying their mortgages. The study shows that women are less likely to go into foreclosure, despite the fact that on average they earn a lower income than men.
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  • Home flipping reaches 6-year high

    Why it’s not a repeat of 2006
    The number of investors flipping homes reached the highest level since before the housing crisis. ATTOM Data Solutions’ senior vice president emphasized, however, that there are key differences between today and the last housing bubble.
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  • HELOCs increase for 17th consecutive quarter

    Total home loan originations still decrease
    Home equity lines of credit applications increased once again in the second quarter. The rising home prices are giving more equity to homeowners who are now looking at using it. The good news is more homeowners are using their HELOCs as a means of home improvement.
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