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Mortgage Contracting Services Announces Three New VPs

""Mortgage Contracting Services LLC"":http://www.mcs360.com (MCS), a Florida-based nationwide provider of property preservation, inspections, and REO property maintenance to the financial services industry, announced three new[IMAGE]company VPs on Tuesday. Todd Luckey was promoted to VP of REO operations, Megan Stinnett was promoted to VP of inspection operations, and Chad Mosley was hired as VP of business development.

""Todd and Megan have been instrumental to our company's growth in recent years,"" said Caroline Reaves, CEO of Mortgage Contracting Services. ""Todd's expansive background as well as his industry foresight and corporate vision will continue to be a valued asset to our management team. Megan has a tremendous understanding of how to maximize client relationships


that further strengthens the effectiveness of MCS's level of service and quality. Their contributions will heighten MCS's ability to serve its stakeholders in the coming years.""

Luckey will work on business development and operational activities while providing day-to-day leadership for multiple REO account teams. He joined MCS in 2009 with 20 years of mortgage servicing industry experience. Most recently, he was the company's assistant VP of operations. Prior to MCS, Luckey spent 10 years at GMAC Mortgage as director of REO primary servicing.

Stinnett will manage MCS's inspection portfolio for all clients, as well as a portion of the REO operations. She joined MCS in 2006 and most recently held the position of assistant VP. She was recognized in 2010 as a CMBA Future Leader.

Mosley is an eight-year veteran of the industry, having managed all sides of the mortgage process. As VP of business development, Mosley will be responsible for the company's sales efforts as well as customer relationship maintenance and retention. A former MCS employee, he has also held several positions at Countrywide Home Loans.

""We are thrilled that Chad has rejoined the MCS team,"" Reaves said. ""Working in nearly every facet of the mortgage industry, his knowledge and expertise brings a vital element back to our company.""

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