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National Mortgage Professional
Oct 09, 2007

Calyx Software enhances Calyx PointMortgagePress.comWeb-based mortgage eligibility and pricing Calyx Software has announced the addition of an automated valuation model (AVM) category to Calyx Network, providing users of Calyx Point loan origination software with a connection to participating AVM vendors. Additionally, the following companies were recently added to Calyx Network: PLATINUMdata Solutions and Title Source Inc. (AVM); Advanced Credit Services and Credit Service Company (credit); Nations Title Agency and Title Source Inc. (title); idsDoc Web and International Document Services Inc. (closing documents); AFI Detection (fraud detection); Tritus Insurance Group (hazard insurance); Mavent (Internet services); eXpertivity Mortgage Processing (outsource processing); LenderFlex (product and pricing); and ClosingDesk (title/escrow). Lastly, Optimal Blue's eligibility and pricing engine has been integrated into Calyx Point. San Jose, Calif.-based Calyx Software is a developer of software designed for mortgage brokers and direct lenders. For more information, call (408) 997-5525 or visit www.calyxsoftware.com. Optimal Blue is a Plano, Texas-based provider of Web-based product eligibility and pricing engine technology. For more information, call (877) 646-2583 or visit www.optimalblue.com.
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