Home / Headlines / Rebrand Continues for Network of Creditors’ Rights Law Firms
Print This Post Print This Post

Rebrand Continues for Network of Creditors’ Rights Law Firms

LOGS Network, a commonly-owned multi-state network of creditors’ rights law firms, announced that phase two of the Network’s rebrand project has been completed. Phase one, the rebrand of the core LOGS Network national brand was revealed earlier this year during the MBA’s National Mortgage Servicing Conference held in late February in Orlando, Florida. 

Phase two includes entirely new microsites for each of LOGS’ network-affiliated law firms, a total of 20 commonly-owned law firms servicing over 30 states, all backed by common ownership, technology, compliance, and national operational support.

“This is the most comprehensive branding we’ve ever had in LOGS’ four decades of service to the industry. We are proud to showcase our footprint of over 30 states and depth of experience that spans more than 40 years. Today, it’s easier than ever to see why LOGS is the premier choice for mortgage servicers, investors, and other financial institutions,” said Kay Schinker, COO of LOGS National.

Included in phase two, along with the microsites for each LOGS firm, is a foreclosure sales portal that includes 13 states, one of the industry’s most comprehensive resources for real-time foreclosure sales information. Both pending and held sales are available for the majority of states participating in the portal.

The rebrand project for LOGS Network has been in partnership with SQFT Management, a boutique Washington, D.C.-based marketing and design firm primarily focused on the financial services, real estate, and legal industries.

About Author: Mike Albanese

Mike Albanese is a reporter for DS News and MReport. He is a University of Alabama graduate with a degree in journalism and a minor in communications. He has worked for publications—both print and online—covering numerous beats. A Connecticut native, Albanese currently resides in Lewisville.
x

Check Also

hurricane storm surge

Are Homeowners Prepared for Climate Change?

A new survey looks into if people are ready for climate-induced disasters, and if homeowners would pay additional money to protect their assets.

GET YOUR DAILY DOSE OF DS NEWS

Featuring daily updates on foreclosure, REO, and the secondary market, DS News has the timely and relevant content you need to stay at the top of your game. Get each day’s most important default servicing news and market information delivered directly to your inbox, complimentary, when you subscribe.