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8 companies increasing automation in servicing

Mortgage servicing solutions and services providers are stepping up to the challenge of transforming the traditional 30-year servicing experience for borrowers.

Matching the increased automation and streamlined processes that are happening inside and outside of the mortgage industry, these  providers aren’t just adopting forward-thinking technology trends, they’re helping set a new standard for what the borrower experience should look like, equipping lenders, servicers, subservicers and borrowers with the tools they need to thrive. 

The eight companies featured in this section are helping drive this momentum in the servicing industry, navigating industry changes, regulations and trends to deliver state-of-the-art solutions. From reimagining the foreclosure process to providing tools to equip servicing staff with advanced technology, mortgage servicing solutions providers are proving how powerful solutions can redefine an industry, helping spur efficiencies, reduce costs and improve the borrower experience. Click through to read more

Black Knight
CoreLogic
FICS
Freddie Mac
Mortgage Cadence
Orlans PC
Safeguard Properties
TMS

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