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We Save Homes changes business strategy and name to Servicers Direct

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Jun 17, 2010

We Save Homes Inc., a company that provides a full-range of products and services for commercial and residential mortgage servicers throughout the nation, has announced that it has begun to market itself under a new name, Servicers Direct. The company believes that operating under this new name more accurately and effectively represents its services and new business strategy. "We are pleased to announce our new name, Servicers Direct," said company President Robert Schaefers. "Our Company has changed and so should our name. Our focus is now centered on providing a full-range of products and services for commercial and residential mortgage servicers throughout the nation. We are now poised to experience significant growth in the specialist mortgage market by focusing on providing the following offerings: REO management and servicing, property preservation, property inspections, licensed independent escrow services, and short sale processing and negotiations." The company plans to formally change its name when it seeks shareholder approval at its annual shareholders meeting later in 2010. In connection with its proposed solicitation of proxies for the annual meeting, the company will file with the SEC a proxy statement which, among other things, will describe the proposal. The filing of the dba will not affect the validity or transferability of any existing stock certificates that bear the We Save Homes Inc. name. The company also announced today the official launch of its new Web site, www.servicersdirect.com. The new site conveys Servicers Directs vision, product offerings and commitment to the growing needs of its customers in the commercial and residential mortgage industry. For more information, visit www.servicersdirect.com.  
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