CoreLogic Trestle Achieves RESO Platinum Certification

July 19 2017

CoreLogic®, a leading global property information, analytics and data-enabled solutions provider, announced today that clients of Trestle™ can now obtain Platinum-level data dictionary certification from the Real Estate Standards Organization (RESO).

Trestle is the national data marketplace created by CoreLogic to address fundamental data access problems experienced by real estate brokers, technology providers, and multiple listing organizations. RESO promotes data standards and processes that facilitate software innovation, ensure portability, eliminate redundancy and achieve greater efficiency for all real estate transaction parties.

"CoreLogic is a strong supporter of real estate standards and has marched steadily toward the highest level of RESO certification for our clients," said Chris Bennett, executive leader of Real Estate Solutions for CoreLogic.

CoreLogic elevated its RESO data dictionary certification from Silver to Gold in April and now has become the largest provider of Platinum-certified listing data in America, as well as the first major multiple listing platform vendor to extend Platinum certification to all clients.

"Platinum certification was an important short-term goal for Trestle," said Bennett. "With that in our pocket, we can now focus on expanding beyond our current 112 clients and achieving complete coverage across America. With Trestle providing a single source of highest quality listing data that spans the nation, there is simply no reason for technology developers to maintain hundreds of individual data feeds to power their agent and broker applications."

Trestle does more than simplify listing data distribution. The solution automates the process of requesting and obtaining data licenses from participating multiple listing organizations. A planned enhancement will provide access to leading CoreLogic parcel record data and automated valuation tools.

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