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Reonomy strikes Black Knight data deal

Black Knight, a provider of integrated software, data and analytics to the mortgage and real estate industries, and Reonomy, a CRE data platform, announced a long-term agreement that will incorporate Black Knight’s property record data into Reonomy’s platform.

As a preferred provider in Reonomy’s data network, Black Knight’s property data set will provide commercial property investors, financers, real estate agents, brokers, and other industry professionals with insights into these properties and their owners nationwide.

Black Knight’s nationwide commercial property data set is distilled from multiple public and private data sources. It is then merged with complementary information to provide commercial real estate participants with broad market perspective as well as property-level insight. Rich Sarkis, Reonomy CEO, said, “Offering commercial real estate data from Black Knight via our platform means that our clients can spend less time searching for accurate information, and instead focus on closing more deals.”

Currently, Reonomy leverages a data network of public and proprietary sources to help CRE professionals. Backed by machine learning and artificial intelligence, the Reonomy platform aggregates up-to-date property, transactional and ownership records for assets across all 3,100 counties nationwide.

Adding Black Knight’s property record data to the platform means the CRE community is more fully empowered to discover prospects, research opportunities and uncover actionable insights that advance their bottom line.

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