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VRM Mortgage Services Receives 10-Year VA Contract

american-flag-money-300x198Vendor Resource Management, Inc. announced that the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has awarded the company with a 10-year contract for program management, marketing, and other real estate services on the VA’s portfolio of single-family residential real estate.

VRM is a real estate solution provider that focuses on helping government agencies and financial institutions adapt and excel in a changing marketplace. This is the first time the VA has awarded a 10-year contract for real estate asset services.

“VRM is pleased to receive this award and looks forward to continuing to perform at the high level the VA has experienced to date,” VRM’s SVP Joe Morrow stated.

Over the last five years VRM’s innovation in technology, focus on service, program management, training, and utilization of diverse local subcontractors positioned the mortgage services for the award.

According to Cheryl Travis-Johnson, VRM’s COO, “VRM values the positive business relationship with the VA and acknowledges the hard work and dedication of the VA staff.”

President and CEO of VRM Keith D. Murray said the company is honored to receive this contract award.

“We look forward to working with our best in class vendor network to return funds to the VA that will ultimately increase home ownership for our nation’s Veterans,” Murray said.

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