Finsure Group has announced a new partnership with property information provider CoreLogic, which will see the integration of CoreLogic’s property data and insights platform with the aggregator’s customer relationship management (CRM) software, Infynity.
According to Finsure general manager for aggregation Simon Bednar, the new partnership should equip Finsure brokers to better service their clients by providing them with relevant and detailed information on potential property purchases.
“We want to empower Finsure brokers to be the trusted partner throughout the home buying journey and assist home buyers and investors beyond just arranging their finances,” Mr Bednar said.
“By joining forces with CoreLogic, we will also be able offer brokers a platform which can provide them detailed information and analysis on the property their clients are looking to purchase.”
Mr Bednar said that since Finsure launched its latest CRM, Infynity, it has proven to be a game changer for the group’s expanding network of more than 1,700 brokers.
“We are very excited to be able to enhance that platform through the partnership with CoreLogic, which can provide data on recent sales of comparable properties, estimate values, sales trends and suburb insights,” he said.
“This promises to be another game changer for our broker network. In the current highly challenging economic landscape, the aggregator that can maintain the strongest offering to brokers across all services will be the one that succeeds in this market.”
Mr Bednar concluded: “All Finsure brokers can get their business needs addressed under the one roof.”
Also commenting on the partnership, CoreLogic general manager of banking and finance solutions Australasia Milena Malev said: “We are excited to be partnering with Finsure to provide an innovative solution that arms their members with all of the information they need to help their customers make better decisions around property.
“Being able to provide access to the most up-to-date property information in a timely manner is especially important in times like these.”
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