RES.NET and Xactware have announced an integration between RES.NET and the Xactware RepairWise and XactPRM platforms. The combined solution, tailored for repair and renovation servicers and investors, supports every phase of the renovation process and allows servicers to analyze a wide variety of upgrade scenarios for each property before committing to a course of action.
“Critical milestones have to be accounted for throughout a repair or renovation project,” said Dave Obert, vice president of Xactware PropTech Solutions. “The integration between these two solutions will organize, simplify and modernize that process.”
While renovations have proven effective, they are also highly dependent on local factors such as the cost of labor and materials, communication with vendors across the country, and the accurate appraisal of comps, which can vary greatly even within a single city. The integration between Xactware and RES.NET provides a streamlined solution for this phenomenon—from value assessment, cost estimation and bid management, through scope approval, project tracking and performance analysis. The Repair Module now represents 460 regions across the United States and Canada.
“RES.NET takes pride in offering a complete servicer suite of solutions to assist customers as they pursue REO, loss mitigation, valuations, property preservation and now repairs and renovations. The Repair Module represents the latest phase in our mission to provide the industry with practical technology solutions that address our clients’ needs,” said Angela Hurst, SVP for RES.NET. “Together with Xactware, we provide a comprehensive solution that empowers servicers by bringing order to an inherently complex process. The Repair Module incorporates cost estimation from three decades of RES.NET project planning and workflow solutions with the value-added and wide-ranging cost data from more than 460 locally researched price regions from Xactware. We have created an agile application that will evolve alongside the real estate market and meet the needs of modern servicers looking to pivot as new strategies and tactics emerge.”