More Firms Keeping Servicing Rights And They Have Their Reasons Why

Muolo, Paul
September 2011
Mortgage Servicing News;Sep2011, Vol. 15 Issue 9, p34
The article reports on the importance for mortgage loan firms to keep their servicing rights particularly during tough market condition as part of the important tenets of real estate investing in the U.S.


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