Author: Todd Teta

Scotsman Guide Q&A with ATTOM Data Solutions Chief Product Officer Todd Teta on Foreclosures Uptick in October 2019

Scotsman Guide Q&A with ATTOM Data Solutions Chief Product Officer Todd Teta on Foreclosures Uptick in October 2019

In this newly published Scotsman Guide Q&A, ATTOM Data Solutions Chief Product Officer Todd Teta weighs in on October’s foreclosure uptick. As cited in the Q&A, according to ATTOM’s October 2019 U.S. Foreclosure Activity Report, while foreclosure activity picked up in October, nationally, foreclosures and delinquencies have... Read More »
Is Your Data Secure Enough? You Might Want to Double-Check

Is Your Data Secure Enough? You Might Want to Double-Check

Data security is crucial regardless of industry or sector. But in real estate, it’s never been more important. Real estate transactions include dozens of parties, servers, networks and countless exchanges of highly personal, sensitive data over extended periods of time. And as more and more big players take their processes digital, the risk grows... Read More »
Inside the ATTOM Data Depth

Inside the ATTOM Data Depth

Whether it’s finding out what homes are selling for, characteristics of a specific property or what the neighborhood has to offer, data matters. Nothing is probably more important in the real estate industry than having the right data to help drive company decision-making. With so much data available it can be hard to decipher the good from the... Read More »
Streaming Your Own Property Data Playlist

Streaming Your Own Property Data Playlist

Two decades ago assembling a playlist of your 10 favorite songs was a bit of a nosebleed. First you would go to the (brick-and-mortar) store and purchase 10 different CDs, each containing one of your favorite songs. Or alternatively mail-order those same CDs through the now-defunct BMG Music Club — remember that! — and wait for them to arrive.... Read More »

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