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The announcement comes as Clear Capital celebrates the 20th anniversary of its founding, and brings the company’s combined total employee count — including its subsidiaries CubiCasa, Clario, and REO Network — to more than 1,400 people.
“In one of the most challenging business climates in history, we have had revenue growth exceeding 50% and are in the fortunate position where we can continually expand our workforce and bring new talent into the fold — professionals who are dedicated to making a positive impact in our industry,” said Duane Andrews, Clear Capital CEO.
Clear Capital's hiring push comes on the heels of its September acquisition of CubiCasa, which positions the Finland-based proptech startup to further expand its automated floor plan sketch creation and property data digitization technology into the U.S. market. According to Clear Capital, the acquisition is part of ongoing efforts to bring more consistency and accuracy to home appraisals through innovative technology, improved processes, and policy modernization.
Part of Clear Capital’s workforce expansion focuses on building out its information and product teams. Recent executive leadership additions to the team include Deepak Sachdeva, chief information officer, who leads the ITOps, DevOps, compliance/security, and data/storage teams, and Cathy Wright, vice president of product management, who leads the field valuation, real estate analytics, platform, and portfolio solutions teams.
Over the past year, Clear Capital announced ClearInsight, a mobile app that enables real estate professionals, homeowners, and appraisers to quickly generate a complete digital picture of a home. Additionally, the company launched ClearProp, a property valuation and analytics tool with nationwide coverage that enables quick and accurate property value conclusions. Clear Capital also announced a partnership with the National Association of Minority Mortgage Bankers of America (NAMMBA) to strengthen communities through diversity initiatives and the development of a more diverse mortgage workforce, and a partnership with the National Society of Real Estate Appraisers (NSREA) to partner on ways to accelerate diversity in the appraisal profession.