New CoreLogic market reports incorporate MLS data

NAR's RPR offers similar product for lenders, investors, government agencies

Property information and analytics provider CoreLogic has rolled out a new report that combines public property records with data the company is now collecting from multiple listing services, providing a "comprehensive view" of local market conditions to risk managers, underwriters, appraisers and loan servicers, the company said.

CoreLogic’s Listing and Market Activity Report — the first in a series of new products the company is developing to generate revenue from the data it receives from cooperating MLSs — provides key information including updated listings, comparable sales, property valuations, days on market, price trends and inventory.

While CoreLogic’s public property records database "confirms the status of markets today," the new report "shows you where the market is headed tomorrow," said Ben Graboske, CEO of CoreLogic’s MarketLinx division, in a statement.

Earlier this month, CoreLogic announced that MLSs and Realtor Associations representing more than 140,000 real estate professionals and more than 400,000 listings had agreed to provide listings data for such reports through CoreLogic’s Partner InfoNet program.