FHA Default Properties: Turning Challenge into Opportunity

Bada, Joe
September 2011
Mortgage Servicing News;Sep2011 Supplement, p12
The article offers information on Five Brothers Default Management Solutions, a leading provider of regulatory-compliant property preservation, inspection, real estate owned (REO) Management services and valuation in the U.S. It notes that the firm created a series of support solutions to help servicers eliminate costly problems while improving their Federal Housing Administration (FHA)-backed mortgage assets value. These support solutions include ClaimSysâ„¢ technology and MortgageSERV.


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