RMS Sees Growth In Reverse Servicing

June 2008
Mortgage Servicing News;Jun2008, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p31
The article reports that Reverse Mortgage Solutions (RMS) provides subservice reverse mortgages for service lenders to cater to the needs of the baby boom generation in the U.S. It created its own proprietary technology for administering reverse mortgage loans that is designed to follow workflow rules in managing accounts. It caters to lenders who want private label subservicing on their accounts and interfaces with the RMS loan origination software.


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