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Cherre Announces Partnership with Clear Capital

The partnership will allow Cherre customers to leverage Clear Capital’s expansive property analytics alongside other internal systems and application data, enabling customers to conduct more accurate modeling and better risk assessments, and identify investment opportunities more efficiently and at a lower cost.

Un-Bullsh*t Your Data Strategy 

You’re barraged by real estate data sales pitches every day. Buzzwords like AI, Moneyball, or Bring-Your-Own-Data Visualization layers. But you rarely hear about implementations that drive ROI. That’s because most sales pitches are bullsh*t.

Un-Bullsh*t Your Data: CREtech in NYC Recap

Most buzzwords – and solutions – around real estate data are BS. At CREtech New York 2022, we highlighted real solutions, real insights, and real tech that companies use to maximize their outcomes.

Cherre & Dealpath Announce Strategic Partnership

This partnership will enable mutual customers to easily connect real-time deal pipeline and portfolio analytics data with public, private, and other third-party data for deeper insights.

Connection Showcase: Learn How to Leverage Alternative Third-Party Data with Cherre

Cherre proactively partners with the industry’s top data and application providers, making it easy for customers to connect, trial, and leverage new data — and get an edge over the competition. Over the next few months, we’ll highlight some of our connections and use cases for alternative data. Join us and learn how you too can leverage the power of connected data to upgrade your decision making.

When Life Gives You Lemons, Order the Lobster Tail

We just closed another record quarter, not only in terms of new and expansion ARR, but also in team growth, new customers, product maturity, market expansion, assets under management powered by Cherre, and thought leadership.

The New Force in Housing Flips: iBuyers

Powered by our Data Kit for SFR, Cherre is taking a deep dive into the trends, history, and data around private flippers, institutional investors, and iBuyers in the SFR market. What potential synergies exist between institutional investors and flippers? How will iBuyers fare in the new market cycle?