Data-Driven Decisions Can Help Servicers

Sewell, David
March 2006
Bank Technology News;Mar2006, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p46
Trade Publication
The article discusses the increasing risk of mortgage loan defaults in the U.S. The author explains the rate of defaults will continue to increase and, as originators decrease their involvement with defaults, servicers will be addressed upon to closely monitor their default level and at the same time be available to review the properties that demand personal attention.


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