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Does the Internet Cut Costs for Out-of-Town Buyers?

The internet is a treasure trove of housing market information for buyers, but are they really making full use of those resources? Find out what a new study has to say.

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Collateral Analytics Welcomes EVP of Business Strategy

Collateral Analytics, a provider of automated real estate property valuation and analytic products, announced the addition of John Holbrook as EVP of Business Strategy.

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Collateral Analytics Joins REDPLAN

Collateral Analytics, a provider of comprehensive automated valuation solutions and real estate analytic products for the financial services and real estate industry, recently announced that it has joined Real Estate Data Protection Legal Association (REDPLAN).

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Collateral Analytics Launches New Credit Risk Model

Collateral Analytics, a provider of automated valuation solutions and real estate analytics products for the financial services industry, announced recently it has launched the CA Credit Risk Model. The new patent pending product is designed to offer quantitative measures of the risk and cost of potential borrower default in a residential mortgage.

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Collateral Analytics Launches AVM with Price Forecast

Collateral Analytics, a provider of comprehensive automated valuation solutions and real estate analytic products for the financial services industry, has launched CA Value Forecast AVM. The new product incorporates the Collateral Analytics proprietary Home Price Forecast Models with its CA Value AVM.

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Collateral Analytics Names Economist SVP of Research and Development

Collateral Analytics, appointed James R. Follain, Ph.D. as its SVP of research and development. Dr. Follain is an economist with over 35 years' experience in the analysis of housing and mortgage markets, including tenures with Freddie Mac and the Federal Reserve. Much of his work involved the measurement and management of the risks associated with lending and investing as well as public policies.

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Report: Why High-Priced Homes Are Leaders in the Recovery

Historically, higher-priced homes are a leading indicator of the real estate market and tend to lead the market during times of recovery, according to the Home Value Forecast (HVF) report jointly released by Pro Teck Valuation Services and Collateral Analytics. The companies assessed price changes in the Bay Area and around Los Angeles and found the high-end markets showed stronger price growth compared to lower-priced areas. The HVF report also included a list of the 10 best and worst performing metros for February based on factors such as sales/listing activity and prices, months of remaining inventory (MRI), days on market (DOM), sold-to-list price ratio, and foreclosure and REO activity.

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Improving the Appraisal Process to Minimize Risks: Report

Appraisals may assign a home with one exact specific value, but in reality, a home's value tends to fall into a price range due to a number of different factors, according to a Home Value Forecast report released by Pro Teck Valuation Services and Collateral Analytics. To address this issue, Home Value Forecast suggests establishing a range of value in addition to an appraisal and improving data to support market condition conclusions.

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