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RE/MAX Leadership Honored as Real Estate’s ‘Most Influential’

Movers & Shakers, people

The co-founder/chairman and the CEO of RE/MAX were named among the most influential real estate industry executives of 2013 on two prestigious lists released last week. Dave Liniger, who founded the Denver-based real estate franchise in 1973, and Margaret Kelly, who became the company's president and CEO in 2005, were named to the Inman 100 Most Influential Real Estate Leaders and the Swanepoel Power 200.

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IDS Names Next VP of Business Development

Movers & Shakers, people

Mortgage document preparation vendor International Document Services, Inc. (IDS), in Salt Lake City, Utah, has hired Daniel Miller as VP of business development. With nearly 20 years’ experience in sales, Miller is responsible for overseeing IDS’ various partner integrations and new customer implementations, in addition to managing and growing sales in the western part of the United States.

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Stewart Continues Expansion of Capital Markets Group with Hiring of New Director

Movers & Shakers, people, Stewart Lender Services

Stewart Lender Services hired John Desmond as director of regulatory compliance, capital markets. Desmond is responsible for overseeing the compliance and regulatory aspects of operations within Stewart’s capital markets group. Desmond has more than 19 years’ mortgage experience with a particular focus on origination operations and origination-related compliance. He has an additional five years’ legal experience in commercial litigation, corporate finance, and secured transactions.

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Pite Duncan Adds New Partner

Pite Duncan, LLP, announced the promotion of Christopher Peterson to partner. Peterson joined Pite Duncan in 2009 and has been working as a senior associate attorney in the firm's litigation group. He has over 12 years’ legal experience in civil litigation.

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Ocwen to Pay $2B for Servicing Violations

Ocwen Loan Servicing must provide $2 billion in principal reductions to underwater borrowers and refund $125 million to nearly 185,000 borrowers who were foreclosed on, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) along with 49 state attorneys general announced Thursday. ""The CFPB and its partner states believe that Ocwen was engaged in significant and systemic misconduct that occurred at every stage of the mortgage servicing process,"" bureau officials said.

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