Not sure about this “freshness” score… I wanted to review a data provider (CoreLogic) but I am not sure how to rate its “freshness” — is that “recency or frequency of last update” ?
On the other hand, I like that I can write in whatever I want in the review space. In other places, I have to follow a certain format that doesn’t always apply.
CoreLogic Property Data database covers 99% of the US population and over 147 million properties. CoreLogic provides property characteristic, tax payment history, sales history, flood hazard, property photos, geocoded tax and hazard data, and much more.
CoreLogic Mortgage Database enables mortgage companies to stay competitive by mitigating their risk, monitoring their portfolios, and reducing their time spent on underwriting, issuing securities, and so on. CoreLogic’s Mortgage data includes mortgage applications and histories, records of loans received, servicing and payments schedules, and foreclosures.
Part of its suite of consumer data, CoreLogic CreditIQ provides customer data to companies. This data includes credit history, property ownership and mortgage records, legal filings, tax payment statuses, evictions, bankruptcies, and child support obligations.
CoreLogic’s Consumer Disputes Resolution provides free access to FCRA (Fair Credit Reporting Act)-compliant credit information. CoreLogic offers investigative and consultation services to individuals, with a readiness to correct missing or mistaken bureau data.
CoreLogic ValueMap provides property data and real estate market data for a website map-based valuation system. Real estate agents and their clients can then use this to easily determine and compare home values in an area.