Skip to main content

LPS announces the opening of D.C. office

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Mar 04, 2010

Lender Processing Services Inc. (LPS), a provider of integrated technology and services to the mortgage and real estate industries, is pleased to announce the recent opening of its Washington, D.C. office. The office's location is in the heart of the nation's capital, which gives LPS the ability to quickly respond to the needs of its government clients and to increase its presence by pursuing opportunities with new government partners. LPS currently has significant contractual relationships with a number of federal agencies. "In today's challenging economic environment, government agencies need expert support and data to make the most informed decisions, mitigate risks and operate at peak efficiency," said LPS Co-Chief Operating Officer Eric Swenson. "LPS' proven, robust technology solutions and extensive governmental expertise can help agencies quickly adapt to changing market conditions and regulatory requirements for optimal performance." LPS' services for the Washington D.C. market include mortgage consulting, technology, data analytics and risk management for portfolios, benchmarking, due diligence and valuation. For more information, visit www.lpsvcs.com. 
Published
Mar 04, 2010
Strength In Numbers

Seeking advice from the CFPB

Regulation and Compliance
Nov 21, 2022
HUD OKs Private Flood Insurance Options For Homeowners 

FHA to allow private flood insurance policies on insured single-family mortgages in special flood hazard areas.

Regulation and Compliance
Nov 21, 2022
Targeted Pricing Changes Could Be ‘Marginal’

Former U.S. housing official expects little impact from new FHFA policy

Regulation and Compliance
Nov 21, 2022
Using NFTs in Real Estate - What’s Real & What’s Not

It’s an issue that might need legislative remedy to work

Regulation and Compliance
Nov 21, 2022
CFPB Needs To Establish Clear And Consistent Standards

MBA president details organization’s regulatory battles at annual meeting

Regulation and Compliance
Nov 21, 2022
CFPB Fines Carrington Mortgage $5.25M For Cheating Homeowners 

The mortgage servicing company failed to deliver forbearance provided for under CARES Act.

Regulation and Compliance
Nov 17, 2022