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Mortgage Contracting Services expands its presence in Dallas

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
May 25, 2010

Mortgage Contracting Services (MCS), a provider of property preservation, inspections and real estate-owned (REO) asset management to the financial services industry, has announced it has expanded its Dallas office space to support current growth initiatives, accommodating both new business and future company hires, as well as to further increase the service level to its clientele and industry partners. MCS initially opened the Dallas office in July 2007 to strengthen the company’s national presence and to provide additional resources for its customer base and vendor network. The opening of that facility allowed for both staffing and data redundancy, and contributed to MCS’ ability to enhance client interaction while increasing its disaster recovery capabilities. The new space, which is hosted by a secondary data center from that of the Tampa office, will contribute to MCS’ ongoing efforts to offer clients maximum protection from service interruptions as well as further solidify the company’s commitment to strategic development and specialized service. “The expansion of our physical space is a testament to the demand we experience in being a nationwide field service provider,” said John Maxwell, executive vice president of Mortgage Contracting Services. “MCS is not a new market player, nor is it a small one. We have seen steady growth in recent years, and expect additional opportunities to serve this industry in the years ahead.” Texas has a significant concentration of mortgage professionals and represents a great opportunity for MCS to continue its market penetration among the top mortgage servicers and other leading industry participants. The company successfully grew its Tampa headquarters in 2008, and sees the recent Dallas expansion as a continuation of its nationwide service through three decades. For more information, visit www.mcs360.com.
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