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Reunion Mortgage selects StreetLinks as exclusive appraisal partner

Dec 01, 2009

StreetLinks National Appraisal Services has selected Reunion Mortgage as its exclusive national appraisal partner. StreetLinks will provide Reunion Mortgage's wholesale and retail channels with a comprehensive suite of warranted valuation products in compliance with HVCC and upcoming FHA appraiser independence requirements. "StreetLinks has a reputation for quality appraisals and quality service," explained Marsha Berlinski, CMB, Reunion Mortgage's senior vice president. "We needed an appraisal partner with the ability to keep pace with today's rapidly changing regulations, while providing excellent property valuations. StreetLinks and Reunion Mortgage have similar business philosophies, and we look forward to a successful partnership." "Reunion Mortgage has steadily grown into a major lender with a broad wholesale presence. We couldn't be more excited about this partnership and continued growth," said StreetLinks CEO Steve Haslam. "We look forward to providing incomparable quality and service to Reunion Mortgage and its broker network." "Our shared commitment to providing superior customer service makes this an ideal partnership," stated StreetLinks Managing Director Tom Hurst. "Our customer focus and unique approach to appraisal management sets us apart from our competitors and will provide Reunion Mortgage with an ideal solution." StreetLinks, which recently announced its industry-exclusive Million Dollar Performance Guarantee, provides appraisals nationwide that are fully compliant with FHA, HVCC and all other current and pending regulations. An innovator in the appraisal management marketplace with its industry-first Certificate of Compliance and ValueVault technology, StreetLinks performs manual staff appraiser quality control review of every appraisal and offers a 100% warranty of appraisal quality. For more information, visit www.streetlinks.com or www.reunionwholesale.com.  
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