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Valuation Partners Integrates With LendingQB's LOS
Dec 01, 2014

Valuation Partners has announced its integration with LendingQB's loan origination system (LOS). Lenders using LendingQB now have seamless access to Valuation Partners’ line of compliant appraisal products and services. The integration will enable lenders to order appraisals from Valuation Partners from within LendingQB, reducing appraisal order time and duplicate entries. From a dropdown option on the LendingQB screen, a click of the mouse on the Valuation Partners button quickly places an appraisal order.

Without leaving LendingQB, lenders also can receive automatic status updates, and receive and upload completed appraisal reports. Valuation Partners’ quality control and appraisal review is included. In addition, appraisal invoices can be sent directly to specific lender branches on LendingQB.

“Our new integration with LendingQB gives our current and prospective lender clients direct access to Valuation Partners appraisal products and services without having to use more than one system,” said William Fall, CEO of Valuation Partners. “Lenders around the country using LendingQB now can save time and money by leveraging our strong geographic valuation expertise.”

Dec 01, 2014
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