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CoreLogic, ResMan Announce Strategic Relationship

On Thursday, CoreLogic announced a new strategic relationship with ResMan, a provider of multifamily management software. The CoreLogic SafeRent screening solution will now integrate into leasing workflows supported by ResMan’s Client Services, including initial implementation and ongoing customer support. ResMan Qualifier, the new applicant selection process service, will be launched later in 2017.

“The level of collaboration and integration between CoreLogic and ResMan is unparalleled in the industry and combines powerful technologies that provide immediate benefits for property managers and owners,” said Richard Leurig, SVP of CoreLogic Rental Property Solutions. “By using ResMan Qualifier, they will be able to predict the lease performance of their applicants and improve their ability to measure the credit quality of residents to select the best available applicants with consistency and confidence.”

The multifamily industry has long been considered a late adopter for implementing new technology. In recent years, there has been a significant shift in technology aptitude and multifamily owners and operators have realized the competitive advantages and added value that industry-leading solutions can provide to their customers.

“CoreLogic is a recognized leader in providing data to financial institutions and real estate investors. Working with a technology company as powerful as CoreLogic helps ensure that ResMan can provide best-in-class screening to customers,” states Elizabeth Francisco, SVP of product at ResMan. “Using the combined expertise from our two companies enables our customers to have the best of both worlds; industry leading screening technology from CoreLogic they can have confidence in, as well as ResMan’s dedicated support staff that is trained and proficient in screening support.”

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