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FNC launches real estate valuation tool
Sep 23, 2009

FNC Inc. has announced the launch of the Collateral Investigator, a multifunctional data and analytics solution developed to provide accurate information about the true value of real estate. The Collateral Investigator combines three of FNC’s analytic products—Appraisal Score, Property Scan, and QC Vigilance—into one secure, easy-to-use platform. The solution provides access to residential real estate sales activity, information to help identify foreclosures or flips, comprehensive details about the subject property’s comparables and neighborhood, and much more. FNC continues to streamline the mortgage process by making these products available simultaneously. “Bringing these three products together is a critical move that we hope exploits what our products are capable of as well as making them more accessible to potential clients,” said Karen Mogridge, Collateral Investigator product manager. With no installation time, access for anyone with an internet connection, and a very short learning curve, FNC’s Collateral Investigator brings solutions to appraisers, reviewers, and underwriters. “We wanted to make a solution that was easy to locate, use, and interpret,” Mogridge said. For more information, visit
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