Items Tagged with 'president and co-founder'


  • LPS Acquires Verification Bureau

    [Update 1: Adds comments from former Verification Bureau president] Jacksonville-Fla.-based Lender Processing Services [stock LPS][/stock] acquired Verification Bureau, a developer of fraud prevention and Web-based automated income, identity and employment verification systems. The Verification Bureau platform provides automated and paperless Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and Social Security Administration data verification.
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  • Expanded Sales Team Fuels Mortgage Software Growth

    In effort to spur web-based software growth, mortgage software provider is expanding its sales and marketing team. "We are expanding the depth and capabilities of our sales channel to better serve the lending industry in this ever-changing marketplace," says Lionel Urban, president and co-founder of In its efforts to do so, the company appointed Paul Eckert Sales and Marketing Manager of the company's newest sales division, Express Channel, which was developed for regulated lending institutions funding between ten to fifty units per month.
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  • Bay State Foreclosures Nearly Double in February

    A new report shows that foreclosure filings in Massachusetts continue to escalate at a record-setting pace, reaching a new high in February. According to, 2,227 foreclosures were initiated statewide during February 2007, 85 percent more than the number recorded in February 2006. Over the past 12 months, lenders initiated foreclosure proceedings against 21,644 homeowners, representing an 82 percent increase over the same period a year earlier.
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  • Mass Foreclosures Hitting the Bay State

    Foreclosure filings in Massachusetts continued to escalate at a record-setting pace, reaching a new high water-mark in January. According to a report released today by, 2,207 foreclosures were initiated statewide during January 2007, more than double the number recorded in January 2006. Lenders have initiated foreclosure proceedings against 20,618 homeowners over the past 12 months, representing a 77 percent increase over the same period a year earlier, the report said.
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