ATTOM, a custodian of real estate land and real estate data, announced on Wednesday that its platform has integrated data from loan originators from the Nationwide multi-state licensing system and registry (NMLS).

The company’s real estate platform will now be able to to bring local and national mortgage industry information for clients.

Through the NMLS licensing system, ATTOM customers can verify information about the lenders they work with through their unique identification numbers. The NMLS tracks employment history and prior offenses.

ATTOM says its data management process includes more than 20 steps and the data collected on each property record is also assigned an “ATTOM ID”.

The dataset revealed loan origination activities by product, loan amount, loan officer and competitor, the company said. NMLS IDs associated with ATTOM’s database also help clients recruit loan originators, find brokers and lenders for businesses, market past business to find new clients, and provide progress reports. ranking to shareholders and boards of directors.

In a statement, Todd Teta, chief product and technology officer of ATTOM, said the company’s goal is to innovate and increase transparency in the real estate industry. He said the NMLS product can help customers increase revenue and “greater” market penetration.

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ATTOM claims to have data for more than 155 million residential and commercial properties “covering 99% of the nation’s population” on multi-source property taxes, mortgages, and neighborhood data, among others.

The organization’s CEO, Rob Barber, was appointed a HousingWire vanguard for 2022.