Brent Melton

Brent Melton worked in banks for 42 years before retiring. He realized that banks needed a better way to understand the legal descriptions of the properties in their asset portfolios. He realized that new technologies could help banks “visualize” their properties. The more information banks have about their properties, the better.

  • July 10, 2018    |   Economic Liberty First Amendment

    Mississippi Mapping

    Mississippi Regulatory Board Sues Tech Entrepreneurs to Prevent Competition

    When a bank accepts a piece of property as collateral for a loan, underwriting principles require the bank to have a survey performed if the property is large and expensive. But for smaller, less expensive properties, conducting a survey is not required because it is not financially feasible. Mississippi entrepreneurs Brent Melton and Scott Dow…

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