As a trusted provider to the financial services industry, Teranet provides residential property data and market insights to help financial services professionals and institutions reduce mortgage risk and drive portfolio results with sophisticated desktop and customized solutions.
A national automated property valuation and fraud detection solution, designed for Canadian financial institutions, mortgage lenders, insurers and brokers.
Exchange information and perform checks on the individual professionals and companies with whom you do business.
An independent representation of the rate of change of Canadian single-family home prices.
From individual professionals to major institutions, Teranet can help financial service providers manage overall risk and drive efficiencies across their residential property market activities.
We offer widely used and trusted information solutions that deliver automated and cost-efficient access to reliable property valuations, fraud detection tools, portfolio analysis and market insight across Canada.
Accuracy, Completeness, Coverage, Timeliness
The foundation for creating value is our data. Our vision is to be the most trusted source of real estate market insights, based on the highest quality, most comprehensive dataset in Canada. Our focus on data accuracy, completeness, coverage and timeliness ensures the highest quality data set for land information is available to our customers and partners.
From individual property details to extensive neighborhood, provincial and national perspectives, our customers benefit from greater insight and analytics to the Canadian Housing and Mortgage Market.
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Teranet is honoured to be the recipient of the 2018 Esri Special Achievement in GIS (SAG) Award. On July 12, 2018 Esri, one of the…Read More
In June the Teranet–National Bank National Composite House Price Index™ was up 0.9% from May. Though large at first glance, the increase was the third-smallest for…Read More