Wholesale Correspondent ServicesYour Delaware, Wyoming & Colorado experts
What is a Wholesale Correspondent?
As a proud National Public Records Research Association member, Corp1 provides correspondent services in Delaware, Wyoming, and Colorado to other service companies. We provide the state-specific expertise you need for your client’s transactions and closings. Our teams are thoroughly immersed and trained in processing corporate, UCC, and related requests. We offer extended hours and are here for you to ensure your clients receive seamless service.
What do wholesale correspondent services encompass?
Service companies located across the country, even internationally, may have enough business in a particular state to warrant qualifying to do business there, even if they are not physically located there. Delaware and Wyoming are prime examples. If that is the case, the service company may choose to qualify to do business in their name for the ability to name themselves as a Commercial Registered Agent on all filings rather than naming the local correspondent. Corp1 can provide the physical address and staff to perform services in your name in Colorado, Delaware, and Wyoming. Contact our team at firstname.lastname@example.org, COorders@corp1.com, or WYorders@corp1.com or contact Kelly directly at 302-608-0819 to get your wholesale correspondent service up and running.
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