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CoreLogic’s Partner InfoNet Passes One Million Mark in Active Listings

Santa Ana, California-based ""CoreLogic"":http://www.corelogic.com has exceeded 1 million active real estate listings on its Partner InfoNet program, which started operation in June 2010.

Partner InfoNet is a revenue sharing program in which multiple listing services (MLSs) license their listing data to CoreLogic for use in risk management products for mortgage lenders, servicers, and capital markets. The[IMAGE] [COLUMN_BREAK]

program represents more than 300,000 real estate professionals.

""The consistent growth that brought us to this milestone reflects the market's appetite for MLS-enhanced data as well as the desire of MLSs to see their data used in new ways that facilitate the lending process,"" said Ben Graboske, CEO of CoreLogic MarketLinx. ""We began distributing royalty checks to MLS partners six months ago, and the market for our risk management products continues to expand.""

New partners this summer include: Baldwin County Association of Realtors, Bayou Board of Realtors, Cedar Rapids Association of Realtors, Columbus Board of Realtors, Fort Hood Area Association of Realtors, Greater Hudson Valley MLS, Mid American Regional Information Systems, Middlesex County MLS, My Florida Regional MLS, Naples Area Association of Realtors, Realtor Association of Martin County, Southwest Louisiana Association of Realtors, Triad Multiple Listing Service and Wilmington Regional Association of Realtors.

About Author: Phil Britt

Phil Britt started covering mortgages and other financial services matters for a suburban Chicago newspaper in the mid-1980s before joining Savings Institutions magazine in 1992. When the publication moved its offices to Washington, D.C. in 1993, he started his own editorial services firm and continued to cover mortgages, other financial services subjects, and technology for a variety of websites and publications.

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