CoreLogic news

CoreLogic: Everything you need to know
Types of services: Information and analytics
Customers: 15,000+
Offices: Wellington, Auckland, Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth

CoreLogic is Australia and New Zealand’s largest provider of property information, analytics, property-related risk management and geospatial location intelligence. Its data is used by organisations and individuals to identify and manage growth opportunities, and to improve performance and manage risk at all levels, from government and business to consumer.

CoreLogic’s data is used to make informed decisions on anything involving property, and it can provide information on everything from sales and resales to replacements and renovations, rebuild estimates, total area and geocode. CoreLogic delivers the following data to its customers:

  • 90,000+ public and private sales received each year
  • 2,400+ listings verified and matched to properties each week
  • 200+ sources of data to ensure a comprehensive database
  • 30+ years of experience collecting property data

CoreLogic New Zealand is part of the International Division of CoreLogic, the largest data and analytics company in the world. It offers tailored and specialist services across four key sectors: property professionals, banking and finance, corporates and professional services providers such as lawyers, conveyancers, builders, developers and tradespeople.

CoreLogic releases a number of industry reports and reviews on a regular basis. Among its most popular reports is the Property Market and Economic Updates, which delivers insight into the various factors affecting New Zealand’s property market including property value growth, sales volume, time on market and rental growth.

CoreLogic in the news

2015 – CoreLogic releases new online tool estimating rebuild costs and commissioned research on the scale of underinsurance in New Zealand, finding that 49% of New Zealand homes are underinsured by at least 10%.

2016 – CoreLogic trials a new system designed to speed up the claims process, developed with cloud-based software group Symbility.

2017 – CoreLogic announces Frank Martell as its new president and CEO, following the passing of its former president and CEO Anand Nallathambi.

2017 – CoreLogic launches Cordell Sum Sure, a tool which generates construction cost data and building estimates to generate approximate rebuild sums, in a bid to help homeowners combat underinsurance.

2018 – CoreLogic acquires the remaining shares of Toronto-based Symbility Solutions.

Key people as of 2019

Lisa Claes – Executive, Managing Director ANZ
Claes is the CEO of CoreLogic International, accounting for its business performance across Australia, New Zealand, the UK and emerging markets. She was previously executive director for ING’s Australian operations, responsible for its retail and commercial banking units, and also served as Senior Counsel for a financial services group. Alongside her role at CoreLogic, Claes also serves as a chair of LIXI, a financial services industry consortium that develops and maintains data standards.

Ben Speedy – Country Manager, New Zealand
Speedy accounts for the New Zealand division of CoreLogic International, and spent 12 years in various senior leadership roles before joining CoreLogic. His objectives for the New Zealand business include: maintaining CoreLogic’s position as a trusted and respected property data and property insight company, helping customers choose CoreLogic as their preferred partner to enable more people to find, acquire and protect the home they love, and allowing CoreLogic to be a place of work where employees can do their best work and enjoy their time doing it.

Nick Goodall – Head of Research
Goodall joined CoreLogic seven years ago, starting in the data team before moving to the research team in 2014. His focus is to stay on top of everything happening in the New Zealand property market in order to assist clients and customers in their decision making. He regularly presents to government organisations such as the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, as well as banks, real estate agencies and consumer groups.