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ServiceLink expands to accommodate growing loss mitigation operations
Apr 15, 2010

ServiceLink, a provider of origination and default services and Fidelity National Financial's national lending platform, has announced the opening of one new office in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. and the expansion of an existing operation in Buffalo, N.Y. to support their growing loss mitigation operations. Outfitted with ServiceLink's leading technology and top-level talent from across the mortgage servicing industry, both locations will provide flexible, specialized loss mitigation services to ServiceLink's lending clients. The new office in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. opened on April 15, 2010 and will occupy more than 19,000-sq. ft. The expanded Buffalo, N.Y. office will officially open on April 26, 2010 in a 15,000-sq.-ft. facility. "ServiceLink's new facilities in Buffalo and Rancho Cucamonga demonstrate ServiceLink's commitment to expanding our loss mitigation services," said Jeff Coury, ServiceLink president and chief executive officer. "This expansion has doubled our loss mitigation capacity and allows ServiceLink to focus on assisting its clients in managing their troubled assets as the market continues to stress the capacity of lenders and servicers." ServiceLink also has existing loss mitigation operations in Kansas and Virginia that provide outsource loss mitigation services including Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) processing, HAFA, short sales, and deeds in lieu. For more information, visit  
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