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Equi-Trax joins up with American Legal & Financial Network

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
May 11, 2010

Equi-Trax Asset Solutions LP, a national collateral valuation provider offering a line of hybrid valuation products, has joined the American Legal & Financial Network (ALFN) and will begin participating in the important work the organization does for the industry. The ALFN is a national network of legal and residential mortgage banking professionals and leads the industry as a provider of strategic and timely education. The organization’s mission is to serve the Legal and Residential Mortgage Banking Professional through leadership, education and professional development. It is the largest national organization of its kind. The ALFN was one of three groups that hosted the first National Summit Meeting of a ground breaking initiative called the Coalition for Mortgage Industry Solutions (CMIS). “We take our trade group affiliations very seriously and consider each organization carefully before joining,” said Guy Taylor, chief executive officer of Equi-Trax Asset Solutions LP. “After investigating the work the members of the ALFN have accomplished and their ambitions for making the industry better in the future, it was clear that we wanted to be part of this group. Because so much of the work ALFN members do depends upon solid collateral valuations, our expertise should also serve this organization well.” For more information, visit www.equi-trax.com.  
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