Loan Servicing: Is Subservicing the Right Solution?

While the costs associated with in-house servicing continue to rise, overall servicing performance has declined or remains static — forcing mortgage businesses to choose between fixing operational issues to continue servicing in-house or engaging a subservicer. Evaluating all the options is a critical step in this decision-making process, and this white paper compares the real challenges and benefits of both business models.

Publisher: MTG Services
Date: March 2019

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