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Clear Capital Partners With Freddie Mac for UCDP Appraisal Data Validation

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Apr 07, 2014

ClearCapital has been selected by Freddie Mac to power its collateral review of appraisals submitted through the Uniform Collateral Data Portal (UCDP) and to provide the company with in-depth feedback regarding the quality and accuracy of the appraisals. Clear Capital will integrate a customized version of its valuation review product, ClearQC with the UCDP. Clear Capital is customizing its ClearQC workflow and business intelligence to align with Freddie Mac business requirements.  “We have been refining ClearQC for our own internal quality assurance for over a decade,” said Kevin Marshall, president of Clear Capital. “It’s been a part of Clear Capital’s foundation, and we have seen it perform on millions of valuations. By providing a customizable version of ClearQC in the UCDP, we are working with Freddie Mac to provide a consistent approach to appraisal review and transparency on appraisal requirements.”  Clear Capital’s retail version of ClearQC offers customizable rule sets with detailed narrative and data points on each rule run. This gives ClearQC customers the ability to evaluate appraisal data and receive pre-funding feedback. Actionable, informative and specific messages help customers make timely and appropriate funding decisions based on high quality appraisal evaluations, scored and validated against a vast repository of third-party data. 
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