CoreLogic To Provide Foreclosure Data For Yahoo! Real Estate

Posted by Orb Staff on June 09, 2010 No Comments
Categories : Mortgage Servicing

gic says it will provide foreclosure data and property information to Yahoo! Real Estate's foreclosure service. Yahoo! Real Estate provides users with nationwide distressed property listings, including foreclosure and pre-foreclosure properties. The site also provides users with data trends and tips for acquiring distressed property as a primary residence or investment opportunity. Through this alliance, Yahoo! users will be able to access the data resources of the CoreLogic RealQuest platform. The platform uses data covering 97% of U.S. residential properties (145 million) in 3,141 counties and 99.7% of the U.S. population, CoreLogic says. The partnership enhances Yahoo! Real Estate's foreclosure offerings by providing access to listings of properties at various stages of foreclosure or real estate owned status. The deal will also introduce a new feature called CoreScore that allows consumers to evaluate the value of a specific property. CoreScore reports will provide Yahoo! users with a qualitative "grade" on a foreclosure property based on multiple factors that affect the home's value, such as crime rates, school systems and surrounding real estate activity. "Partnering with Yahoo! brings our targeted, property-level real estate data to consumers on a widespread basis," says George Livermore, group executive for data and analytics at CoreLogic. "As a new company, our announcement with Yahoo! is indicative of the kind of strategic partnerships we'll look to forge to bring our data to more consumers.’ SOURCE: [link=http://www.corelogic.com]CoreLogic

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