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Assurant Acquires Field Asset Services

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Assurant has announced its acquisition of Field Asset Services, significantly expanding its presence in the property preservation, inspection, and restoration industry. The acquisition broadens the field services business launched in 2011 by Assurant Specialty Property as Assurant Property Advantage.

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Field Asset Services Introduces Flexible Mobile Survey

Field Asset Services (FAS), a provider of pre-foreclosure, REO, and renovation field services to mortgage servicers and investors, announced the release of Flexible Mobile Survey, an add-on to the company's FAStrack Mobile platform. Flexible Mobile Survey assists field asset vendors by delivering a customized work order in the form of a survey directly to their smart phone.

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Top Mortgage and Housing Execs Engage to Promote Progress

Industry leaders gathered in Las Colinas, Texas, Thursday for the Five Star Institute's 2013 REO and Short Sale Executive Summit to discuss issues and market conditions impacting the distressed asset space. A number of the nation's leading financial institutions and government agencies were represented at the event designed to facilitate open dialogue and collaboration for developing solutions to today's most pressing REO and short sale challenges.

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Five Star Panel Debates Home Rehab Options

To repair, or not to repair. That was the question posed to a number of panelists Thursday morning at the Five Star Conference and Expo. The panel featured a discussion between GSE and field asset representatives as they tried to help brokers and servicers tackle a common issue: Whether or not it's worth the investment to repair a home not in showcase condition.

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