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Expanding MCS' product line

Property preservation and inspection, REO property maintenance and valuations company Mortgage Contracting Services announced it is expanding its client offerings by acquiring EPIC Real Estate Solutions.

“Making EPIC part of the MCS family allows us to provide even more value to our clients at every step of the mortgage process,” says MCS CEO Caroline Reaves.

“As with all of our product offerings, our focus will be on providing exceptional service and full compliance with federal, state and local regulations.”

The Plano, Texas based company combined forces with the Austin, Texas company in expanding MCS’ services that will include title insurance, escrow and closing services, loan document signing services and flood certifications. EPIC also provides a full suite of valuations products, which will be combined with MCS Valuations.

Berkery Noyes served as exclusive strategic and financial advisor to EPIC Real Estate Solutions.

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