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Ohio CUL, CU 24 Extend Relationship

TALLAHASSEE, Fla.-Credit Union 24, the country's largest credit union-owned ATM and point-of-sale network, said it will continue its long-standing relationship with The Ohio Credit Union League Services Corporation, Columbus, Ohio.

For info: www.cu24.com

 

ValueSafe Makes Debut

GAITHERSBURG, Md.-Coester Appraisal Group has launched ValueSafe, a new pricing program designed to enable residential mortgage lenders to "piggy back" a full appraisal onto a previously ordered desk appraisal, with all original fees paid being credited toward the full appraisal price. The firm said ValueSafe offers lenders and servicers a cost-protected way to determine whether a full appraisal will be necessary on a given transaction.

For info: www.CoesterAppraisals.com

 

Cornerstone Selects Quantivate

LOCKPORT, N.Y.-Cornerstone Community FCU has signed with Quantivate for its vendor management software and compliance service.

For info: www.quantivate.com

 

Solution Reduces Mortgage Fraud

SAN JOSE, Calif.-AppraisalWorld, a software developer and valuation services portal, has put together its Collateral Valuation Report, which the firm says is a "more reliable alternative" to broker price opinions and automated valuation models because it is a transparent, mathematically supportable valuation. The company said the CVR offers a fraud resistant, more economical alternative to the traditional 1004/URAR report.

For info: www.appraisalworld.com

 

Wolters Kluwer, Avista Solutions Partner

MINNEAPOLIS-Wolters Kluwer Financial Services and Avista Solutions said they have integrated Wolters Kluwer's Integrated Enterprise (Expere IE) solution with the Avista Agile Loan Origination System.The two companies said Avista Agile users will have automatic and seamless, electronic access to Wolters Kluwer Financial Services' VMP Mortgage Solutions compliance documents and disclosures through Expere IE.

For info: www.wolterskluwerfs.com/Expere or www.avistasolutions.com

 

RewardsNOW Receives $7.5M

DOVER, N.H.- Customer loyalty and financial services provider RewardsNOW said it has finalized a $7.5-million investment from the Edison Venture Fund, which it will use for client growth and expansion of the services it offers.

For info: www.rewardsnow.com

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