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ClearMarkets, Keller Williams Combine Forces in Online Auction Realm

As part of a new strategic alliance, New York City-based ""ClearMarkets, LLC,"":http://www.clearmkts.com/index.cfm --a technology-based real estate and[IMAGE]

loan disposition company--announced Tuesday that it is partnering with the ""Keller Williams Global Property Solutions Group"":http://www.theglobalpropertysolutions.com --the auction and short sales division of Austin, Texas-based Keller Williams Realty.

Through this partnership, ClearMarkets will gain access to Keller Williams' network of certified residential and commercial agents and brokers. In return, these agents will be trained by Keller Williams on ClearMarkets' technology and expertise for transparent bid management, asset sales and marketing, as well as reporting.


LoanFusion, one of ClearMarkets' technology offerings, tracks the entire broker marketing process and ""maximizes transparency in the offer process,"" ClearMarkets reported. It is this example of progressive technology offerings that the company says has led to the sale of more than 150,000 properties to date with $10 million in transaction value.

""This strategic alliance provides our clients with all of the advantages of our technology, transparent process and comprehensive distressed loan, REO and short sales solutions enhanced by over 78,000 residential and commercial real estate agents located across America,"" underscored Robert W. D'Loren, co-chairman of ClearMarkets.

According to ClearMarkets, other training facets of this partnership include customer directed client education and the Pre-Foreclosure Specialist Certification. In addition, select KW Commercial brokers will be trained in loan sale and distressed REO asset sales.

""This partnership marks the first time that a technologically advanced distressed asset sales platform has been fully fused with a real estate brokerage business to create the most comprehensive sales solution for sellers of distressed assets. The transparency created through the technology and process will revolutionize our industry,"" said Ophir Adar, managing partner of Keller Williams Global Property Solutions Group.

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