About 900 employees work at the Coppell, Texas, headquarters, which was vacant for about two hours Monday in the wake of the threat, according to a report. A company spokesperson told HousingWire that the threat was not made against Nationstar itself, but a building near the company headquarters.
Kelly Ann Doherty, Nationstar’s senior vice president of corporate communications, told HousingWire that the company was notified by Dallas police that a bomb threat had been made against a building in the vicinity.
“At the police department’s request and in the best interest of our employees safety we closed that facility,” she said.
According to HousingWire, the company headquarters was evacuated around 8 a.m. Central time, and the “all clear” was given around 10 a.m. At that time, Nationstar employees returned to work.
A bomb threat led to the evacuation of Nationstar Mortgage’s corporate headquarters Monday.