Assessing Mortgage Servicers’ Foreclosure Speeds And The Success Of Loan Modifications

The continuing slump in the U.S. housing market has highlighted the crucial role of mortgage servicers, which administer all aspects of these loans—from collecting payments, to modifying troubled loans, to proceeding with foreclosures and property liquidations when borrowers default.

  • 24 Jan 2012

By Diane Westerback and Jacques Alcabes, Standard & Poor’s

The continuing slump in the U.S. housing market has highlighted the crucial role of mortgage servicers, which administer all aspects of these loans—from collecting payments, to modifying troubled loans, to proceeding with foreclosures and property liquidations when borrowers default. Ultimately, ...

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