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MMREM Awarded Contract to Provide Real Property Title and Disposition Services for U.S. Marshals
Dec 19, 2012

Matt Martin Real Estate Management LLC (MMREM) has been selected by the United States Marshals Service (USMS) as a Real Property National Contractor. In this role, MMREM will provide pre-seizure title products and disposal of forfeited residential and commercial real estate for the USMS Asset Forfeiture Division. The USMS selects qualified contractors through a competitive process to handle all aspects of real estate seized as part of its investigations into criminal activities. MMREM will offer services throughout the 50 states and Puerto Rico to assist the Marshals Service. Using contractors like MMREM allows the United States Marshals Service to leverage the brokerage and auction network of the private sector to dispose of forfeited real property assets quickly and efficiently. This contract covers services for a one year base period with options to renew for four additional years. “We are extremely pleased to be working with the U.S. Marshals Service as a Real Property National Contractor,” said Matt Martin, CEO of Matt Martin Real Estate Management. “We are very experienced in working with governmental agencies, including the GSA and HUD. It is an honor to now add the Marshals Service to our list of government clients, and we look forward to assisting in the important work they perform for our nation."
Dec 19, 2012
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