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Volume 22 - Number 20

September 28, 2018

The Money Source Takes Aim on Subservicing

The Money Source hopes to double its volume of subservicing contracts to almost $8.0 billion by yearend, capitalizing on what it feels is an underserved market: Smaller clients that don’t receive hands-on service from the giants of the industry, namely Cenlar and Dovenmuehle. At least that’s the view from TMS President Ali Vafai, who says there’s a huge “void” of subservicers that can effectively handle high-touch product, especially Ginnie Mae receivables. “The problem is that some Ginnie subservicers ...

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Who "owns" the mortgage customer that’s brought to a wholesale lender through a loan broker?

The broker. It’s his/her client.


The wholesale/table funder. They’re taking the financial risk.


The broker, but only for the first year. After that, the borrower is fair game.


Hard to answer. It’s a complicated issue.