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Black Knight’s Chip McAvoy Elected to the RESO 2018 Board

Chip McAvoy Black KnightChip McAvoy, VP and Real Estate Market Leader for Black Knight’s Data & Analytics division, has been elected to the Real Estate Standards Organization’s (RESO) board of directors for 2018, Black Knight announced recently.

McAvoy has been elected to fill the board position representing technology companies with annual revenue greater than $25 million. He will serve a two-year term, which began on January 1, 2018.

With 18 years’ industry experience, McAvoy manages Black Knight’s real estate-related products and services, including the company’s flagship Paragon MLS platform, and other solutions addressing the needs of real estate professionals. From a technology perspective, he understands the importance of setting consistent standards for both MLS organizations and their clients.

“We are looking forward to working with Chip, whose input and ideas will further our mission to create and promote the adoption and utilization of standards that drive efficiency throughout the real estate industry,” said Jeremy Crawford, CEO of RESO.

“We are very pleased that Chip has the honor and privilege to serve on the board of RESO,” said Kevin Coop, Group Executive and President of the Black Knight Data & Analytics division.

“Black Knight is committed to RESO’s vision of developing and implementing data standards and processes that facilitate software innovation, the elimination of redundancies and maximizing efficiency for all parties involved in real estate transactions. We recognize the importance of the real estate professional as critical to the transaction and welcome the opportunity to help fulfill the RESO vision,” Coop said.

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