Sunday , 17 February 2019

Housing Wire

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Technology expands property valuation options for lenders

By astringer@housingwire.com Estimating the value of real estate impacts all parties involved — lenders, investors, insurance, the buyer and seller of the property. Picking a valuation method is a matter of the utmost importance for every mortgage professional. Via:: Technology expands property valuation options for lenders       

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Consolidated Analytics grows offerings by acquiring Carrington Property Services

By blane@housingwire.com Consolidated Analytics, a provider of property valuation, loan due diligence, mortgage fulfillment, and advisory services for the real estate finance industry, announced Monday that it acquired Carrington Property Services, a provider of third-party REO asset management, rental management, and valuation services. Via:: Consolidated Analytics grows offerings by acquiring Carrington Property Services       

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Introducing Pulse, HW's new column for industry thought leaders

By jguerin@housingwire.com Ever since HousingWire launched more than a decade ago, our objective has been to keep Moving Markets Forward. And we thought, what better way to do that than to create a platform where the housing industry’s best and brightest share their ideas on issues affecting the market? And so, we’d like to introduce you to Pulse, an invitation-only …

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Appraisal profession sees major uptick in Millennial interest

By jguerin@housingwire.com For the past several years, the appraisal profession has battled the fact that a significant percentage of its workforce is aging. And as a greater number of appraisers approach retirement age, fewer newcomers are jumping in, meaning that their ranks are dwindling, and fast. But according to a new survey, this might be about to change. Via:: Appraisal …

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Class Valuation names John Dingeman chief appraiser

By jguerin@housingwire.com Michigan-based appraisal management company Class Valuation has named John Dingeman chief appraiser. As such, Dingeman will be responsible for overseeing quality control, underwriting support and the Appraiser Resource Center. Via:: Class Valuation names John Dingeman chief appraiser       

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Appraisal tech startup Reggora raises $3 million in seed funding

By blane@housingwire.com 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.” Via:: Appraisal tech startup Reggora …

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