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    Aaron
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    Hello,

    I am in the construction business and among other things we do roofing. When there are bad storms (hail,wind,tornado…etc) in the surrounding areas that creates huge business for us (insurance work)

    Using Corelogic I will be able to pinpoint the exact hit zone, pull the data and create a very nice professional letter to go out to as many properties as I want.

    This will set us WAY apart from the competition that sends cheesy postcards or the “storm chasers” that go door to door like salesman. I can even include a $500 off or some other incentive as part of my letter to customers.

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  • George Dean
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    Kick Butt…

    I have been racking my brain how ELSE I could use the data myself!

    Aaron
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    Hello,

    I can also see a use for this data to anyone who provides a service working for homeowners. You could target specific neighborhoods and send mailers talking about your services provided

    Aaron

    Justin
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    If anyone can figure out if the data can estimate if a home has no or low mortgage balance available, i will buy you lunch!

    I want to send out offers to buy homes! 3/2 no or less than 25% mortgage left!

    Ryan
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    Justin, Cant you use the ‘loan to value’ criteria?

    Justin
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    @ryan
    That was the first thing i thought of when i started trying to figure it out. The loan to value is the percentage of the 1st mortgage taken out against the ‘value’ of the home.
    I pulled my own home to see what info i can find- and the Loan to Value showed showed 83. I put 17 percent down 7 years ago when i bought it.

    Jake Robinson
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    @Justin I know this is an old topic.. but since you know this info on your property, can’t you use typical amortization to estimate where a mortgage would be based on “date of pruchase and how many years have passed to current date?

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