Asset Foreclosure Services, Inc. to Reveal Default Solutions Strategies at the 5th Annual Five Star Conference

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Asset Foreclosure Services is to exhibit foreclosure trustee services at the 5th Annual Five Star Conference in Dallas, Texas on September 17-19, 2008.

Asset Foreclosure Services' exhibit focuses on educating attendees (consisting of various lenders, servicers, and sub-servicers) on the current market trends, and providing the tools needed to successfully navigate these tumultuous times.

AFS currently offers in-house foreclosure services to lenders, servicers and investors in nine states including Arizona, California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, North Carolina, Oregon, Texas, and Washington. With their expertise in all areas of real estate and default services, they can handle many different types of needs.

"Providing knowledge on successful default strategies is the primary focus of this year's exhibit. When you are in a declining market, the risk factors become overwhelming, and finding new and innovative ways to address these hazards is the number one priority," noted Kelli Espinoza, Senior Vice President of Asset Foreclosure Services (AFS). "Attendees will explore the necessity of early detection of problem borrowers as well as distressed areas."    

The conference aims to achieve its goal of arming attendees with knowledge. This year's exhibit will provide much needed market intelligence. AFS' exhibit provides a full default services package. Regardless of what stage the foreclosure process is in, AFS can pick up and manage the file all the way through to asset disposition allowing lenders to be more efficient.

Asset Foreclosure Services, Inc. (http://www.assetforeclosure.com), headquartered in Southern California, features a centralized approach, allowing them to specialize in a wide range of default servicing solutions and support to meet the needs of a diversified clientele including servicers, sub-servicers, banks, and private investors. The company offers nationwide foreclosure processing, reconveyance, post foreclosure services and loss mitigation efforts.

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