We Connect Servicers
We connect Servicers to “loss mitigation” options for loans in bankruptcy.
A first-of-its-kind program designed especially with Servicers in mind. Use the bankruptcy code to your advantage, analyze inventory and accelerate case closures like never before. We do all the heavy lifting and you reap all the rewards!
Utilize the Bankruptcy Code and the duties of the trustee to expedite a sale or revert the property back to your inventory free and clear of all liens.
With a few simple clicks Servicers can analyze your inventory and make quick decisions on which assets to sell, modify, foreclose or obtain a Deed-in-lieu.
Accelerate Case Closures
Enhance your team’s process, with no additional staff or overhead, to accelerate case closure by working with our Transaction Service team and bankruptcy trustees for each transaction.
Below are just several benefits to working with us:
A decision tool that empowers trustees to make determinations on whether real estate assets qualify for a Consented Sale™.
A national real estate marketplace and offer management technology that markets and sales real estate to a mass audience of interested buyers, achieving the highest fair market value, and the greatest yield to the estate.
An enhanced short sale that brings all parties together in consent with a pre-approved price or credit bid. Consented Sale™ is completed through the bankruptcy court using 11 US Code § 363(b) or 363(k). Consequently, avoiding foreclosures and further deterioration of assets. .
Debtors benefit from a Deed-In-Lieu by avoiding foreclosure and shorting the time it takes to rebuild their credit. While the estate can create value by administering it in bankruptcy. The trustee is authorized to execute a DIL on behalf of the estate.
The National Bankruptcy
A national network of certified and trained real estate brokers and agents that specialize in Consented Sale™.
Loan Modification Program
Debtors that wish to retain their home, and have the financial ability to afford it, can now simply modify their loans while in bankruptcy.