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Res.Net Partners with Lincoln Appraisal & Settlement Services

Res.Net, a comprehensive workflow management system, recently chose Providence, Rhode Island-based Lincoln Appraisal & Settlement Services to become an approved broker price opinion (BPO) and appraisal business partner.


As a national appraisal management (AMC) and settlement services company, Lincoln is dedicated to developing and maintaining successful, long-term, personalized business partnerships with its clients, some of which are amongst the nation's largest lending institutions, mortgage brokers, investment banks, law


firms, mortgage insurance, and mortgage servicing companies.

The company provides its clients with a fast, reliable, and easy-to-use proprietary Web-based technology platform and prides itself on its industry-leading three level corporate appraisal quality control management process, its corporate appraisal internal review teams (CAIRT) who are all licensed or certified appraisers, its dedicated client service teams, and its nationwide corporate appraisal network (NCAN).

Through the comprehensive workflow management system of Res.Net, users are allowed access to property portfolios from any location, making it easier for real estate brokers, asset manager, and lenders to make changes. It also allows users to process REO, property valuations, and pre-foreclosure activities. In addition, Res.Net's Web site makes it easier to utilize communication and business transactions and maximizes supply chain efficiency through cross-functional task management.

""Our company can really benefit from what Res.Net has to offer,"" said George Panichas, chairman and CEO of Lincoln. ""Furthermore, with their outstanding work in the past, we have no doubts about this being a positive partnership.""

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