Residential Briefs

MBA NewsLink Staff

August 04, 2016

Graphiq, CoreLogic Partner to Visualize Data for Real Estate Industry
Graphiq, Santa Barbara, Calif., announced an expanded collaboration with CoreLogic, Irvine, Calif., enabling Graphiq to visualize and deliver proprietary data through its interactive visualization API, providing access to data on 150 million properties in the U.S.

CoreLogic provides property-level insights to real estate companies and developers through raw data applications. Graphiq will leverage its platform and team of data scientists to build turn-key data systems designed to reduce time to market and implementation costs for real estate companies and developers.

CoreLogic will provide raw data assets to Graphiq, where the data will be ingested, structured and built into dynamic, interactive visualizations. Graphiq will provide a dedicated Real Estate API, where embeddable, responsive data visualizations can be programmatically retrieved and scalably implemented across a customer's digital experiences.

LERETA Partners with ReverseVision, Integrates Services into RV Exchange
LERETA, Covina, Calif., partnered with ReverseVision, San Diego, to integrate LERETA's property tax and flood data services into ReverseVision's RV Exchange loan origination system, broadening LERETA's presence in the reverse mortgage market.

RVX is ReverseVision's flagship product. ReverseVision clients can now request LERETA's property tax 24-month payment history certificate as well as obtain a flood hazard certificate for their loans in RVX.

Mid America Mortgage Executes Its First eClosing, eNote
Mid America Mortgage Inc., Addison, Texas, completed its first eClosing and eNote through its retail origination channel. Mid America intends to expand eClosing to all of its retail business, executing eNotes and utilizing electronic documents where allowed by local jurisdiction.

In September 2015, Mid America announced it would leverage technology from DocMagic and eSignSystems, in addition to its proprietary loan origination system Mortgage Machine, as the foundation of its eMortgage platform. Launches 'News Intelligence' Service, Chicago, announced its News Intelligence service, a customizable news platform that delivers corporate sales teams with information to increase productivity.

Content from diverse mortgage publications, websites, newsletters, blogs and social media is now channeled into one fully integrated service, providing curated information about a company's clients, competitors, prospects, partners and business lines.

Snapdocs Introduces New Enterprise Platform
Snapdocs Inc., San Francisco, announced rollout of Snapdocs Enterprise. The new suite of tools further reduces redundant back-office administrative tasks related to the mortgage process, particularly out-of-office mortgage loan closings.

Snapdocs customers upgrading to Enterprise have access to Snapdocs Verified, which provides multi-step verification of every credential uploaded by notary signing agents to their profiles; Automation Suite, a tool that automatically triggers tasks such as finding a notary, sending confirmations and sending loan documents to necessary parties; and Vendor Pay, technology enabling payments to notary vendors to be automatically issued through Automated Clearing House.

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