“We welcome Al’s experience and leadership to the reQuire family. In his new role as chief executive, Al will be responsible for fulfilling our growth strategy by expanding reQuire’s product offerings and capabilities”
Virginia Beach, VA (PRWEB) August 04, 2015
reQuire, LLC, the nation’s largest Lien Release Tracking company, is pleased to announce the appointment of mortgage industry veteran Al Will, as CEO, and member of its Board of Directors. Al brings more than 30 years of relevant industry experience to reQuire having previously served in senior leadership roles at a national title insurance underwriter and several lending institutions.
“We welcome Al’s experience and leadership to the reQuire family. In his new role as chief executive, Al will be responsible for fulfilling our growth strategy by expanding reQuire’s product offerings and capabilities”, said Matt Klein, reQuire’s President and operating partner for reQuire’s financial partner, L2 Capital Partners. “His results-oriented approach and ability to think strategically will play a pivotal role in extending our track record of innovation and service.”
“This is a great company, a great team, and a great fit for me personally” said Will. “ I appreciate the confidence reQuire’s Board, employees’ and L2 Capital has in me, and I look forward to working with our team to be the trusted source of solutions that connect and protect the parties and their interests in real estate transactions”.
About reQuire Release Tracking
Headquartered in Virginia Beach, VA, reQuire has quickly grown to become the leading lien release tracking and reporting service in the real estate settlement services industry. For more than a decade, reQuire has pro-actively tracked and verified the payoff and cancellation of prior mortgage accounts and liens after the closing for the land owner. Our goal is to restore certainty in the closing by minimizing costs, disruptions, and frustrations for all parties associated with the transaction – land owners, realtors, loan officers, attorneys, underwriters, and settlement agents.