Foreclosure data from RealtyTrac is now integrated into property searches on remax.com, and neighborhood and housing data from RealtyTrac's proprietary Homefacts database is coming soon under a new agreement between franchise giant Re/Max and the growing Irvine, California-based data aggregator. The agreement allows remax.com and affiliated Re/Max websites to put information about schools, crime statistics, demographics and environmental data around for-sale listings. RealtyTrac foreclosure data has been integrated into property searches on remax.com, with access to details on 1.1 million homes in default, scheduled for auction or bank-owned (REO) limited to RealtyTrac subscribers. “In the ever-changing real estate market, we’re constantly enhancing our Web experience to provide ...
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