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Landmark Network Acquires AppraisalPro

puzzle-coming-togetherLandmark Network, Inc., a Los Angeles-based appraisal management company that offers a full range of national valuation and technology solutions, has completed the acquisition of national appraisal management company AppraisalPro, according to an announcement from Landmark Network.

“We are excited to bring the AppraisalPro operation into the fold at Landmark Network,” said Erik Richard, CEO. “Along with our Maine operation center, this adds to our existing presence on the east coast, and will allow us to enhance our coverage in the southeastern United States.”

AppraisalPro was founded in 2006 and developed a nationwide client base by focusing on technology and continuously upgrading procedures to ensure that clients receive timely and thorough services.

“I am grateful to have had the opportunity to grow my company’s reputation into what it is today,” said Jared Bonner, AppraisalPro CEO. “With the many changes, added regulations and compliance costs, we feel our clients will be best served with us joining a larger, established company with the same priorities and values.”

AppraisalPro management will continue to operate in their existing location of North Carolina under the Landmark Network brand; new orders will begin to be processed for AppraisalPro under the Landmark umbrella immediately.

According to the announcement, existing AppraisalPro will not experience any delays as a result of the transition; rather, they will be able to more easily place and track valuation orders by using Landmark’s proprietary software, Landscape.

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