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Andover, KS 67002
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Appraisals creep higher as Brexit continues to impact volume

Appraisal volume, while small, still increased for the week of July 17, as the impact from Brexit continues to filter through the systems. However, according to Kevin Golden, director of analytics with a la mode, the impact won't last much longer.

Keller Williams CEO: The need for a real estate agent is alive and well

As technology grows in the housing industry, so does the need for real estate agents, with the two working in conjunction rather than against each other, Chris Heller, CEO of Keller Williams, explained in an interview with HousingWire. Here's Keller Williams' view of today's real estate agent.

CoreLogic revenue explodes thanks to growing property valuation business

Thanks in large part to its growing property valuation business, CoreLogic saw a huge jump in revenue during the second quarter, the company reported Monday afternoon. And the company plans to grab even more valuation services market share moving forward, thanks to a "highly fragmented and challenged market space."

Growing pains at Ditech? Company begins layoffs

Ditech Financial relaunched in 2014 with big plans and big goals. Earlier this month, the company said that it is planning to launch a wholesale lending channel, calling the expansion a "natural progression." As it turns out, some of Ditech’s employees will no longer be taking part in the company's "natural progression," as sources tell HousingWire that the company is set to lay off a number of employees.
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