RADNOR, PA June 16, 2020 (Bisnow) – CRED iQ, the commercial real estate data, analytics, and valuation startup, today announced the addition of Lawrence Yuan to its Advisory Board. Yuan’s technology experience and leadership further strengthen CRED iQ’s platform capabilities.
Lawrence Yuan is a seasoned technology executive with 23 years of experience leading high growth technology companies. Most recently, he was the CTO of Ten-X which is the largest commercial online real estate marketplace, powering more than 90 percent of all online sales. Last month, Costar acquired Ten-X for $190 million. Prior to Ten-X, Lawrence held engineering leadership roles at LinkedIn, Yahoo, and IronPort Systems. Lawrence is a named inventor on five US patents and holds a Bachelor’s degree from UC Berkeley.
“Lawrence’s background really impressed us,” said CRED iQ Co-Founder, Mike Haas. “His leadership and experience with scaling massive tech platforms like LinkedIn, Yahoo, and Ten-X will be invaluable as we grow the CRED iQ platform. We’re very excited to have him join our Advisory Board and look forward to working closely with him.”
Lawrence brings a wealth of CRE data and technology experience as well as building social networking businesses. “I’m excited to join the team and help CRED iQ deliver on its vision to become an essential data platform for CRE and capital market investors.”
CRED iQ Co-Founder, Bill Petersen said,” We’re excited to have Lawrence join our team. His background and in-depth understanding of CRE technologies is a great fit for us as we continue to develop the full functionality of the CRED iQ platform. With Lawrence’s help, we look forward to regularly implementing new products, and enhancing existing features.”
About CRED iQ
CRED iQ is a commercial real estate valuation and data analytics platform designed to help industry professionals unlock investment opportunities and identify portfolio risks. Driven by a combined 30+ years of experience, CRED iQ provides actionable intelligence for $600 billion of commercial mortgage data. The user-friendly interface accurately assesses near- and long-term credit risks through interactive proprietary valuation and monitoring systems.
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