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Byte announces StreetLinks integration in BytePro appraisal category

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Mar 03, 2010

Byte Software, a complete mortgage software solution providing banks, credit unions, mortgage bankers and mortgage brokers loan origination software from beginning to end, partnered with StreetLinks National Appraisal Services to offer a full suite of compliant and warranted valuation products to their customers. StreetLinks is a national appraisal management company (AMC) meeting all HVCC and Federal Housing Administration (FHA) compliance requirements and all state and federal appraiser independence regulations. The integration in BytePro software speeds the process of ordering an appraisal by connecting directly with StreetLinks and eliminating duplicate entry. StreetLinks is the only national AMC that offers a 100 percent Loss Warranty of Appraisal Quality and a Performance Guarantee that actually pays if service and quality levels fail. An innovator in the appraisal management marketplace with its industry-first Certificate of Compliance and TILA-Trigger technology, StreetLinks performs a manual quality control review of every appraisal to ensure underwriter-ready reports. When Byte Software customers order an appraisal report through StreetLinks, they will find a new prepayment processing system allowing upfront payment for appraisals within BytePro. StreetLinks accepts, handles, and processes major credit cards, debit cards, and e-checks with no extra fees passed on to the client. BytePro makes this process secure and simple for the user. “This integration is fully operational today in BytePro and ready for Byte Software’s customers to order appraisals,” stated Tony Ebeyer, StreetLinks chief operating officer. “We look forward to providing Byte users with easy access to our industry-leading, fully compliant appraisal solution.” For more information, visit www.StreetLinks.com.  
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