Real Estate Technology Leader Clareity Security Closes Capital Investment in Housefax

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. and HAYMARKET, Va., Jan. 26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Clareity Security LLC, the leading provider of MLS subscriber authentication, Single-Sign-ON (SSO) security, direct data connections and e-commerce solutions for the Real Estate industry, today announced a strategic alliance with Housefax, a leader in residential property history information and reports. As part of the agreement, Clareity is making a capital investment in Housefax and Clareity CEO and founder, Gregg Larson, will be appointed to the Housefax Board of Directors.

“We believe the future in real estate includes providing real estate consumers and industry professionals quick access to in-depth data like Housefax property history reports and pre-appraisals to strengthen and drive better informed residential property transactions,” said Larson. “Housefax is a good fit with Clareity’s business philosophy helping build companies that are true innovators of the real estate marketplace.” Continue reading

Housefax and HouseMaster Join Forces To Provide Home Inspectors with Instant Access to In-Depth Residential Real Estate Reports

January 20, 2015 Haymarket, VA and Ewing, NJ Housefax, a leader in residential property history information and reports, and HouseMaster, one of the largest and oldest inspection companies in the U.S., today announced a new alliance that provides HouseMaster home inspectors with the ability to offer their customers access to co-branded reports, powered by Housefax, containing property-specific history and insurance claims information. The reports include extensive home history data such as, insurance claims, building permits, incident history, voluntary lien history and a comprehensive list of natural hazards. The reports also include any insurance claims filed on the home and alerts and possible issues based on the specifics of the property. The reports offer great value to home inspectors and their clients by bringing attention to areas of the property that may have otherwise been missed without these inclusive reports. Continue reading