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CoreLogic's LoanSafe Risk Manager Now Available Through Mortgage Builder Software
Jun 11, 2014

CoreLogic has announced the availability of its LoanSafe Risk Manager suite of risk mitigation solutions directly to mortgage professionals through Mortgage Builder Software, the leader in end-to-end residential lending software and interface integration for mortgage bankers, banking institutions and credit unions. The LoanSafe Risk Manager suite, consisting of market leading fraud analytics, data and risk scoring, is designed to help lenders maximize fraud detection while minimizing collateral risk. The LoanSafe suite delivers access to the most comprehensive property ownership and mortgage application database in the industry. This database, paired with the patented pattern recognition and econometric modeling available in LoanSafe, provides a single platform for lenders to confidently address the complicated issues of mortgage risk and collateral valuation. “CoreLogic is actively broadening  the availability of our risk mitigation solutions to loan originators, helping them improve loan quality and assist with best practice data validation in their loan origination process,” said Susan Allen, vice president for CoreLogic. “Our partnership with Mortgage Builder will provide our clients with a simplified, streamlined experience, helping create a more efficient and productive loan cycle.” Mortgage Builder Software, based in Southfield, Mich., has been providing software solutions to the mortgage industry since 1998. Mortgage Builder Software allows you to carry a loan through its entire lifecycle and has created the most robust reporting and document building tools available to track every aspect of a loan file.  “The results of this integration will provide immediate benefits to Mortgage Builder, CoreLogic and our respective clients,” said Brian Abbott, director of corporate initiatives for Mortgage Builder. “For Mortgage Builder clients, they now have access to industry-leading fraud analytics present in LoanSafe.”
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