Multiple listing service platform provider Rapattoni Corp. has entered into a multiyear agreement to license property tax, deed and mortgage records, and foreclosure data from RealtyTrac. The partnership also includes neighborhood data aggregated by RealtyTrac subsidiary Homefacts. RealtyTrac CEO Jamie Moyle said in announcing the agreement that it's one of 14 deals the company has closed since a legal settlement put RealtyTrac, a longtime provider of foreclosure data, in the business of providing property tax, deed and mortgage records. In March, data aggregator CoreLogic agreed to license national assessor and recorder bulk data to RealtyTrac, to clear the way for CoreLogic's $661 million acquisition of DataQuick. Antitrust regulators had expressed concerns that the deal would lea...
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