Lone Wolf adds property analysis to web platform

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Lone Wolf Real Estate Technologies has launched a strategic partnership with eRealInvestor to address the needs of investment-minded buyers for residential and commercial properties, the company says. Lone Wolf will immediately integrate and re-sell eRealInvestor’s products and services as part of its Global Wolf real estate web site platform and has also acquired a minority interest in eRealInvestor.

The first application to be offered is eRealAnalyzer, a browser-based investment analysis solution, integrated with for sale property listings, that computes important financial metrics to help real estate buyers and their professional advisors zero in on attractive investment opportunities. For investors, it demonstrates current and future monthly cash-flow potential based on easily modified offer price and other figures. For homebuyers, eRealInvestor shows pre-tax minimum monthly payment and future equity growth estimates for that home.

“We believe in the product and feel it brings even more value to the suite of products and services that we offer,” says Lorne C. Wallace, president of Lone Wolf.  “Investors are a significant share of the market and eRealInvestor’s solution will enhance their experience, thereby increasing the value proposition of our clients’ web-sites.”

An example of a brokerage leveraging eRealInvestor on the Global Wolf platform is Re/Max Marquee Partners of Los Angeles (www.realestatelosangeles.com). On any of the property details pages on that site, a user can click the “Investment Analysis” button. The button launches a new window that allows the user to interact with multiple “what-if” scenarios and is given different purchase prices, rents, appreciation and other key financial factors. eRealAnalyzer provides market data from multiple sources so a buyer or their agent can quickly determine if a property meets their investment criteria.

For information: www.lwolf.com.

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