RealtyTrac hires another LPS vet to grow new property tax records business

Jeff Mattice to help company license property-level data set for 125 million parcels nationwide

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A legal settlement that put data aggregator RealtyTrac in the business of selling tax, deed and mortgage records also has the company on the hunt for talent. Having previously hired former Lender Processing Services and X1 Analytics executive Brian Mushaney to head up its file licensing division, RealtyTrac announced today that it's hired another LPS vet, Jeff Mattice, as vice president of data solutions. Mattice was with LPS for 13 years, serving as director of national licensing and business development with the company's applied analytics division. His past experience also includes five years with CoreLogic, as regional director of licensing. It was CoreLogic's desire to acquire DataQuick Information Systems Inc. that put RealtyTrac in the tax, deed and mortgage data licensing business, where it competes with CoreLogic and LPS, which recently rebranded as Black Knight Financial Services. Antitrust regulators signed off on CoreLogic's $661 million acquisition of DataQuick...