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Valcre Adds Avison Young as Enterprise Client

Valcre, a San Diego-based provider of valuation software for the commercial real estate industry, has advanced its expansion across North America with new enterprise client Avison Young, equipping the technology-driven real estate advisory firm with appraisal software for its Valuation and Advisory service line.  

“Valcre helps rapidly expanding teams accelerate growth by further streamlining workflow efficiencies, and addressing company-wide technology initiatives, thereby saving professionals a minimum of two hours a day,” said Lucas Rotter, Valcre co-founder and CEO. “Having a fully committed partner like Valcre in their corner will empower them to scale even further.” 

Added Matthew McWatters, EVP and Canadian leader, Valuation and Advisory services, Avison Young, “Matching our appraisal professionals across North America with the best tech solutions is a key differentiator and is essential to our ability to exceed client expectations – so I am pleased to be working with Valcre’s software to help us advance our business offering.” 

Founded in 2016 by technologists and valuation professionals, Valcre has amassed a client base that also includes Kidder Mathews, Kroll, Apprise by Walker & Dunlop, RSM and CohnReznick.  

Pictured: Lucas Rotter.


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