Solidifi PerforMAX

Two Distinct Appraisal Procurement Services

Every Lender is unique … it only makes sense that you should be able to outsource your appraisal process and work with professional appraisers as you define it. 

Welcome to Solidifi – the next generation of appraisal management.

Solidifi offers Lenders the choice of using Solidifi’s elite national panel through PerforMAX™ or exclusively using their existing trusted Appraiser network through Smartflex™, or a combination of both.  We ensure all Appraisers maintain specific qualifications, designations, insurance and licenses.  Our proactive service management and end-to-end quality control process will also ensure you are delivered a high quality appraisal that meets industry regulations and Lender guidelines.

Deloitte Technology Fast500


Unprecedented order volume, appropriate independence standards and good fees–there’s never been a better time to be a professional, tech savvy, quality-focused appraiser. And the best appraisers have never been busier. They’ve also never been more committed. With the launch of the Solidifi EXTRAORDINARY APPRAISER program, it’s time to celebrate Solidifi’s top performers, featured appraisers that demonstrate quality, and going above and beyond for the lender and the homeowner are part of their DNA.

Matt Rayburn, Warrenville, IL


“The summer months in the Chicago MLS area have been strong. Prices continue to increase in the majority of the local areas. Activity is increasing in the upper price tiers, housing starts for all residential […]

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Dan Dailey, Albuquerque, NM


“The market here in Albuquerque, New Mexico is currently balanced with minimal change from last month’s market metrics. The median home price in July 2014 was up slightly to $176,000 vs. $173,070 in June 2014. […]

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Craig Pollins, East Windsor, NJ


 “The exciting news in Mercer County, New Jersey right now is that new construction has returned to the area after a long dry spell that stretches all the way back to the 2008 housing crash. […]

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