Titanium Holdings, Inc. said Thursday morning that it had selected a headquarters location in Fort Mill, SC that will accommodate the firm's growth as loss mitigation needs as servicers nationwide continue to fuel demand for the in-person counseling that the company's primary subsidiary specializes in. Company officials said they expect the move to South Carolina to bring 300 jobs to the state -- worth noting, given the retracement in employment in most other industry sectors. Titanium Holdings will occupy 42,000 square feet in the office tower of the Edgewater Office Park, the company said in a press statement. "Titanium arrives at an important time," Rep. John Spratt (D-SC) said. "Over the last decade, the job landscape in the Southeast has changed dramatically. We have seen textiles, apparel, furniture and other traditional industries all but wither away because of low-wage imports." "We are excited about this announcement and what it will mean to our community," said Rudy Carter, chairman of the Lancaster County council, which includes the city of Fort Mill. "The investment and creation of 300 good paying jobs is welcome in this period of economic downturn and continues our success in attracting good paying jobs in the customer service, call center and back office markets." "The in-person home retention counseling that Titanium Solutions provides is a vital service in today's economic market," Patrick Carey, CEO of Titanium Holdings and Titanium Solutions, added. "This new location will allow us to continue supporting our clients and partners, and expand our services and product offerings." For more information, visit http://www.titaniuminc.com. Write to Paul Jackson at paul.jackson@housingwire.com.