Keystone Beefs Up Training

Keystone Asset Management, which provides REO, default management and property valuation outsourcing to servicers, conducted a training program for the real estate agents and brokers who do work for the firm.

The program took place in Orlando, Fla., and included brokers and agents who work with Keystone REO properties across the country.

Keystone said the purpose of the training was to educate its partners about business process efficiencies, website technology, multiclient requirements and staff operations. More than 160 brokers and agents participated in the event.

Special recognition was given to Cheryl Lang of IMS for initiating "No Paws Left Behind," a not-for-profit organization created to protect the rapidly increasing number of pets who are victims of the foreclosure crisis.

The training was designed to help brokers and agents streamline their business so they can sell more properties in a shorter timeframe.

"With all the increased pressure of the industry, proper training becomes a main priority. We wanted to reach out to our brokers and agents to make sure they fully understand how to process the listings they receive from Keystone," said Nick Salamone, president of Keystone Asset Management, in a news release. (c) 2008 Mortgage Servicing News and SourceMedia, Inc. All Rights Reserved. http://www.mortgageservicingnews.com/ http://www.sourcemedia.com/