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Credit Plus Adds Colleen Knapp to Sales Team

Colleen Knapp

Colleen Knapp

Credit Plus Inc., a provider of intelligent insight for mortgage professionals based in Salisbury, Maryland, has announced in a press release that Colleen Knapp will be joining their sales team as SVP, national product specialist.

Credit Plus is a third-party verifications specialist that offers more than 160 products and services for mortgage professionals, including credit reports, scoring tools, deposit and asset verifications, employment verifications, tax return verifications, fraud prevention tools, undisclosed debt verifications, flood reports, and appraisals, according to the company. Their knowledge in the mortgage industry allows them to quickly assess current and future needs, provide new solutions for a rapidly changing environment, and move mortgage professionals forward.

Knapp has more than 20 years of experience in residential mortgage credit reporting, the company says. In her role, she will be responsible for providing mortgage lenders with progressive verification products that enable them to close more loans in an efficient manner, and comply with changing mortgage regulations.

“Our unique culture is driven by seasoned professionals who are passionate about innovation,” said Greg Holmes, national director of sales and marketing at Credit Plus. “As a result, more and more mortgage professionals are turning to Credit Plus because we continually develop and deliver robust verification solutions.”



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