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I signed up with BPO Automation Group and I am loving it! Yes, it is an expensive, but really worth it! Irina
Hi I am Vinoth.I have BPO team under my control and they had sound knowledge in Appraisal.They have working experience with all of the national vendors (Emort,Imort,Wordpress,PCV,Altisource,IAS,Old Republic,Service,Goodman,Farvv,etc.,) US customers from last 2 years for their appraisal forms BPO,Web Research and data entry requirements.
Our teams have sound knowledge for major appraisal processes. Our goal is to save appraisers time and money as much as possible.So that they can grow their business without investing additional cost on infrastructure. We are known in the market for quick response, fast turnaround and high level of accuracy.
I have found that auto-populating data from the MLS using these systems can end up in wasting time instead of saving time, other than the addresses of the comparables you have to input and correct most of the information, not to mention that our MLS is filled with so many errors, garage attached when there isn't one, attached when the property is detached, etc, I have to manually correct almost every comp when I print them. I guess my assistant will not be without a job anytime soon.
It probably saves me 20 mins per BPO with many fields erroneous auto-filled. Mine is imported as CSV file and I do have more comp selections esp in neighborhood I do not know the distance in my head. That is the plus side. I have to measure distance for each candidate which takes more time.
The issues NOW are half bath became 3.51, 3.6.1 etc caught by QA. That takes more time to correct. If there are a lot of work come in say 5 orders a day.
The tool does help. But one does just a few a month for the steep subscription fee, I might as well go back the old way which is no tool.