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LPS Asset Management rolls out short sale product

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Mar 16, 2010

Lender Processing Services Inc. (LPS), a provider of integrated technology and services to the mortgage and real estate industries, has announced the launch of its professional short sale service. Offered through LPS Asset Management Solutions, LPS' short sale solution helps servicers respond more quickly to short-sale offers and close more transactions. In the current environment, servicers must be prepared to efficiently leverage alternatives like short sales. They must also be able to manage an increase in short sale requests from borrowers and process the increased volume, while minimizing risk exposure and keeping operating complexity to a minimum. "As the need for short sale management continues to increase, servicers must have an exceptionally efficient process in place for accuracy, timeliness and high-performance results," said Chad Neel, president of LPS Asset Management Solutions, LPS Field Services and LPS Auction Solutions. "With our extensive industry and short sale experience and resources, we are ideally poised to help servicers streamline the short sale process, enabling them to keep costs down and work with defaulted homeowners more effectively." LPS Asset Management Solutions has an established network of seasoned asset managers who manage, market and sell distressed and bank-owned properties, so servicers don't have to experiment with alternatives or create alliances that may not offer the same benefits. LPS Asset Management Solutions' ability to quickly draw upon related LPS resources, including property preservation and code enforcement services, title and closing services, analytics, valuations, MLS data and market trending data, offers servicers a powerful, comprehensive solution for its short sale needs. With the expertise and ability to assist servicers at any stage of the short sale process, LPS works directly with its clients to review title; assess and resolve junior liens; review property values against short sale offers; evaluate the equity position for each transaction; perform occupancy checks; and provide property preservation services, if necessary. Additionally, LPS can coordinate short sale offer reviews to provide guidance on whether the offers are in line with local market values and appropriate for the servicer's objectives. Finally, LPS can either manage the entire closing process for short sale offers that are accepted, or support servicers with property auction and deed-in-lieu services to expand the choices available to help clients and their borrowers conclude their transactions. For more information, visit www.lpsvcs.com.  
Published
Mar 16, 2010
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