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William Fall Group Acquires Summit Valuations

Phil Hall
Oct 20, 2017
Anow, creator of software for real estate appraisal offices, has announced that it has forged a partnership with the National Association of Appraisers (NAA)

The William Fall Group, a national real estate appraisal firm, has acquired Summit Valuations, a nationwide provider of valuation services specializing in loan servicing and capital markets.
 
Summit Valuations will operate as a subsidiary of The William Fall Group out of its location in Des Plaines, Ill. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed
 
"Acquiring Summit Valuations will help produce new opportunities within the loan servicing and capital markets area, as we have quite a bit of crossover in our capabilities," said William Fall, CEO of The William Fall Group, which is headquartered in Toledo, Ohio.
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Oct 20, 2017
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