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8 January 2015 / Allyson Fuller-Moore

Weltman Promotes New Director of Real Estate Default Group

Weltman, Weinberg & Reis Co., LPA (Weltman) announces Allyson Fuller-Moore as the new Director of the Real Estate Default Group (REDG). Based in the firm's Cincinnati office, Allyson directs and manages the Real Estate Production Teams for the Cincinnati, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Chicago and Detroit offices. She works in conjunction with the Business Unit's Steering Committee to ensure the team is developing and building client partnerships, marketing new business, and maintaining industry requirements, including adherence to the CFPB and many other regulatory agencies, while maintaining service timelines and providing top level customer service.  Allyson has been with the firm since 2009 and has over 20 years of experience in loan origination, underwriting, loss mitigation and real estate default. 

"Allyson is a tremendous asset to our firm and its clients," said Brady Lighthall, Partner of the REDG.  "She is an exceptionally talented individual and a key component to our success as an organization."

The Real Estate Default Group assists the mortgage lending and servicing community with innovative and thorough solutions to your real estate default needs, by aggressively moving matters to resolution, offering debtor's loss mitigation opportunities to help resolve loans, or producing clear and marketable titles as quickly as possible.

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