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Rick Bell, Chairman and CEO of Harvard Business Services, Inc. announced today the acquisition of Sabre Compliance Services of California. “Our two companies have had a long-term relationship serving the entity compliance needs of Real Estate Developers, so it was a natural fit for us to combine our efforts,” said Bell. “The result will be faster and lower cost services for our clients.”
Sabre Compliance Services was formed seven years ago by four partners. The team of partners was very successful in gaining the compliance contracts with many large developers. After one of the partners sold out to the other three, the company experienced the same fate many companies did in the real estate services industry, business “contracted” as it was called.
From the start, Sabre used Harvard to provide the 50-State entity formation and maintenance services for Sabre. Since Harvard has a team of 23 corporate specialists all working with the latest technology, Sabre won several key contracts against giant competitors based on better service at a greatly reduced price.
Sabre will continue under the day-to-day direction of Paul A.Teves, Managing Director, who has been in that position for 4 years. Clients won’t notice a difference communicating with Sabre, the phone numbers, email addresses and Orange, California location remain the same.
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