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ClosingCorp Names New VP of Sales, Strategic Relationships

Matt Lichtner

Matthew Lichtner

ClosingCorp, a provider of residential real estate closing cost data and technology for the mortgage and real estate services industries, announced that Matthew Lichtner has joined the company as VP of Sales, Strategic Relationships.

In this position, Lichtner will be responsible for developing and maintaining technology-provider relationships. He reports to Dave Petro, SVP of Sales and Business Development.

Lichtner has more than 25 years' experience sales in the mortgage lending industry. Most recently, he was a national sales executive at ServiceLink, where he was responsible for new business development and account oversight for origination products and services, national title & settlement, ClosingStream technology, valuations, and flood services. Previously, Lichtner was Director of National Sales & Marketing for Decision Ready Solutions, Inc., and SVP, National Account Manager for Stewart Title Company. He also held a series of senior level positions at First American in both the Title Insurance Group and the Information Solutions Group (now known as CoreLogic), including SVP, National Account Director and SVP, Director of Sales.

“Matt is a proven sales and strategy expert with an outstanding record of developing strong customer relationships, solution selling and fostering deep ties within the title and technology communities,” Petro said. “His ability to work at all levels of an organization to communicate, align and execute strategy will be vital to our continued success. We are happy to welcome him to the team.”

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