Irvine, Calif.-based real estate information and technology firm CoreLogic Inc. will lay off 81 people at its Simi Valley, Calif., office on March 31, the Ventura County Star reported.
Those affected are part of CoreLogic’s tax services division, which provides tax payment services for mortgage holders and other entities. The division’s services are “highly automated” and the company is therefore consolidating the number of people working in the division, CoreLogic spokeswoman Alyson Austin told the paper.
More than 50 of those to be laid off work as mortgage servicing specialists. CoreLogic also plans to lay off staff at its Lancaster, Calif., office. The company notified employees in late September of the upcoming layoffs, the Star reported.
In November, CoreLogic said it would lay off workers at four offices in Florida and California as it exits the credit due-diligence business, including 68 workers at its Sunrise, Fla., office to be laid off sometime in the first quarter.
Source: Ventura County Star