Valcre to Improve Commercial Real Estate Appraisal Platform Using Cherre's Powerful GraphQL API

Valcre to Improve Commercial Real Estate Appraisal Platform Using Cherre's Powerful GraphQL API

Valcre is the best end-to-end appraisal software solution for the commercial real estate business, providing users with a more structured, efficient, and intelligent way to produce and display their work.

FREMONT, CA: Cherre, the industry's leading real estate data management and analytics platform, has announced that Valcre, the premier appraisal platform for the commercial real estate industry, is utilizing its GraphQL API to enrich the property and building-level data within its SaaS appraisal platform. Cherre's platform also enables Valcre to automate manual operations ranging from gathering property data to generating reports, and it provides a solid foundation for the company's new, sophisticated solutions platform to be built out at a faster rate.

"Commercial appraisal has traditionally been difficult and time-consuming, as practitioners are often forced to manually gather and input hundreds of individual data points into their workflow for a single property," stated Lucas Rotter, CEO and co-founder of Valcre. "Valcre's mission is to streamline and optimize that process, and this integration will instantly amplify the power of our solution. By providing users with access to reliable, highly accurate property data via Cherre's one-of-a-kind platform, they will be better equipped than ever to streamline their work and increase overall output, allowing more time to grow their businesses."

Valcre is the best end-to-end appraisal software solution for the commercial real estate business, providing users with a more structured, efficient, and intelligent way to produce and display their work. Valcre's secure cloud database is accessible from any device and simplifies the storage of client information, billing, and invoicing, as well as boosting workflow management and streamlining users' approach to valuing commercial assets.

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