Valligent, a Veros Software company, has announced the launch of ValDESKTOP(SM) for streamlined desktop appraisals. It utilizes Fannie Mae’s® Form 1004 Desktop or Freddie Mac’s® Form 70D for appraisals. It offers lenders convenience and cost savings over the traditional appraisal due to the added efficiencies gained in the process.
Listen to the latest episode of PahRooZings Podcast: Appraisers on Purpose titled, “Navigating with Tech & Niche: Jeff Hogan’s Vision for Modern Appraisers,” where Jeff Hogan, Veros’ SVP of Valuations and Valligent’s Chief Appraiser, shares his inspiring journey and tenure as an appraiser, offering valuable insights into the constantly evolving world of appraisals.
Read the latest National Mortgage Professionals article titled “Lending a Hand to Appraiser Trainees,” where Jeff Hogan, Veros Real Estate Solutions Senior Vice President, Valuations and Valligent’s new Chief Appraiser, discusses the Valligent Appraisal Training Program (VATP) and how lenders can help the current appraiser shortage.
The combined forces of Valligent and Veros provide lenders with a unified ecosystem of solutions for a compliant, efficient, and accurate valuation process. By partnering with Valligent and leveraging the ICE Mortgage Technology® Platform, lenders will have access to a seamless technology solution that can solve all property valuation and collateral risk management needs.
How Can Home Equity Lenders Differentiate Themselves? In the National Mortgage Professional’s recent article, “Standing Out in a Crowded Home Equity Market,” written by Jeremy McCarty, Founder and CEO of Valligent, shares insights on how lenders can play a crucial role in helping homeowners tap into their home equity in a high demand home …
In Credit Union Times’ recent article, “Home Equity Lending Needs a Tech Refresh,” written by Jeremy McCarty, Founder and CEO of Valligent, shared given the surge in the demand for home equity loans, credit unions should streamline valuation processes and find ways to differentiate themselves from competitors. The article highlighted a few ways to stand …
We are excited to launch the Valligent Appraiser Training Program (VATP) to promote diversity across the appraiser field. This program closely aligns with the Appraiser Diversity Initiative (ADI), in which Veros and Valligent are also involved, working with the National Urban League’s regional Entrepreneurship Centers, the Appraisal Institute, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. The ADI is designed to find diverse, talented candidates and educate them about the appraiser profession.
Veros acquires Valligent to further revolutionize and drive the property valuation industry beyond where it is today. Together, the companies represent a powerful collateral valuation innovator in the market, providing a full spectrum of appraisal, valuation data and analytics and related collateral risk management solutions.