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CoreLogic, Inc. is a North American corporation providing financial, property and consumer information, analytics and business intelligence. Headquartered in Irvine, CA, the company analyzes information assets and data to provide clients with analytics and customized data services. Data sources include property and mortgage information, motor vehicle records, criminal background records and tax records.The company also develops proprietary research, and tracks current and historical trends in a number of categories, including consumer credit, capital markets, real estate, mortgages, housing, fraud, regulatory compliance, default, natural hazards and disaster projections.The company claims 40,000 customers in the public and private sectors.The company reported $1.57B revenue in 2012. Wikipedia.


Patent
CoreLogic | Date: 2014-02-10

In various embodiments, old flood maps may be compared to new flood maps to determine which areas of the flood map have changed. These changed areas may be correlated against geographic area descriptions that are within changed areas of the flood map. The changed areas may also be analyzed to determine whether each area has had a change in. status (e.g., from a high risk flood zone to a non-high risk flood zone or vice versa) or a change in zone within a status (e.g., from one flood zone to another flood zone). The information on type of change (or no change) may be used to populate a database that includes geographic area description identifiers. In some embodiments, detection of certain types of changes may initiate a manual comparison of the old and new flood maps to verify the change.


Systems and methods are disclosed that can enable a user to search for real estate properties by specifying search criteria that may exclude personal information. The systems and methods then can subsequently conduct a search for real estate property listings based partly on the specified search criteria and access loans associated with the matched properties. The system and methods then can perform analysis of the loans to identify loan and consumer characteristics and generate an electronic report that includes a representation of the loan and consumer characteristics.


Patent
CoreLogic | Date: 2015-11-04

In various embodiments, a flood risk score may be determined for a property point that provides a comprehensive assessment of the property points risk of flooding. Determining the flood risk score may include determining a flood risk characteristic for the property point and assigning a flood risk score that corresponds to the flood risk characteristic. In some embodiments, flood risk characteristics may include a difference in elevation between the elevation of the property point and an elevation of a calculated point (e.g., on a known flood risk zone boundary). Flood risk characteristics may also include a flood zone determination for the property point and/or proximity of the property point to a known flood risk zone boundary or a flood source. In some embodiments, flood risk scores may be provided on flood risk score reports.


Patent
CoreLogic | Date: 2015-02-11

A computer system programmatically determines a ranking of the plurality of natural hazard models (NHMs) based at least in part on calculation of one or more indicators of accuracy for each of the NHMs. The indicators of accuracy for each of the NHMs are based at least in part on the NHMs prediction of natural hazard events for the one or more properties and the reference event for the one or more properties. The computer system may be provided for assessing risks with assets, such as personal or real properties.


A method and apparatus for valuing every property in a predetermined geographic region at regular intervals and storing those valuations for ready access later in a layered data stratum, using customary sources of property valuation data to create a new layers of the data stratum and using the data stored in the one or more layers of the data stratum for the creation of tables, spreadsheets and maps for evaluations of changes and trends in property valuation.

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