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EPIC Real Estate Solutions forms partnership with National Quick Sale

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Feb 26, 2010

EPIC Real Estate Solutions, a vendor management company, has formed a strategic partnership with National Quick Sale, a provider of short sale automation technology, to facilitate vendor management for users of the National Quick Sale Web-based short sale platform. EPIC will provide access to valuations, title work, closing and other services directly from the National Quick Sale platform, amplifying the effectiveness of this platform with embedded functionality. National Quick Sale uses automated workflow, notifications and rules-driven task management to reduce the time it takes to complete short sales. "With our technologies working in tandem to make short sales happen quickly and easily, EPIC and National Quick Sale can help reduce foreclosures and their costs for lenders and borrowers alike," says Cheryl Cox, EPIC's president and CEO. For more information, visit www.nascopgh.com.
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