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Allied Home Mortgage Capital Corporation opens new Corpus Christi office

National Mortgage Professional
May 04, 2008

Loan Score relocates HQ to larger facilityMortgagePress.comLoan Score Decisioning Systems, Irvine CA, AUS Loan-Score Decisioning Systems announced that it has relocated its corporate headquarters to a larger facility, located at 5500 Trabuco Road, Suite 150 in Irvine, Calif. The move provides Loan Score with the necessary infrastructure to swiftly expand operations when marketplace liquidity returns. The new building triples the space of Loan-Score's old location and is able to house double the number of employees. Loan Score s new facility is also equipped to accommodate onsite prospect visits to its Solution Proving Lab and client training needs. "Loan-Score is strategically positioning itself to be at the forefront of an anticipated demand for sophisticated automated underwriting solutions when the industry stabilizes," said William McCord, chairman and CEO of Loan-Score. "The mortgage industry is primed to take advantage of our software-as-as-service (SaaS) AU paradigm, which offers an enterprise-class technology platform at a much lower total cost of system ownership than that of older systems. Simply put, this move puts in place a scalable infrastructure that allows for future growth." For more information, visit www.loan-score.com.
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