Class Valuation buys reverse mortgage AMC Landmark Network

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Class Valuation, a provider of real estate asset valuation and appraisal management solutions, has acquired Landmark Network, which specializes in real estate valuation solutions for the reverse mortgage segment. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Michael Detwiler, CEO of Class Valuation – which recently changed its name from Class Appraisal – says the acquisition [.]

This is why Landmark stands out as the premier provider of appraisal management solutions for the reverse mortgage industry. founded by senior executives and veterans with years of experience and knowledge within the space, we have established standards for best practices and unique procedures that place Landmark in a class of its own.

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Class Valuation Acquires Landmark Network. in. including a meaningful percentage of the industry’s top reverse mortgage lenders, Landmark has done a fantastic job delivering quality, service.

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Class Valuation, one of the largest nationwide providers of real estate asset valuation and appraisal management solutions to the residential mortgage industry, announced today that the company has acquired Van Nuys, California-based Landmark Network, a leader in real estate valuation with a specialization in the reverse mortgage lending industry.

Class Valuation, a provider of real estate asset valuation and appraisal management to the residential mortgage industry, has acquired Landmark Network, a real estate valuation company with a specialization in the reverse mortgage industry.. erik richard, former CEO of Landmark, becomes COO of Class Valuation’s Western region.

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In December, Class announced its acquisition of reverse mortgage-focused AMC Landmark Network in a bid to grow its niche offerings. Now, it has snatched up Janus, an 11-year old Texas-based AMC that focuses on retail, credit union and correspondent lenders in Texas and in surrounding markets.

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