CoreLogic announces the launch of new property tool for agents

September 29, 2019
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CoreLogic has announced that they will be offering a new platform called AutomatIQ Collateral designed to help lenders with a suite of analytics and data products on property ownership, value, condition and hazards.

According to the Irvine, Calif.-based company, AutomatIQ Collateral offers integrated solutions for valuation and property condition reports, title and ownership data, environmental hazard risk and results from the impacts of natural disasters, and insights into physical property characteristics including the quality of construction.

“We’re dedicated to keeping lenders on the leading edge of the digital mortgage industry by offering workflow solutions that are tightly integrated with automation and analytics,” said Vicki Chenault, Executive, Valuations Solutions Group at CoreLogic.

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