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Informative Research, a provider of mortgage credit information
nationwide, announces its newest suite of Portfolio Credit Review
analytic tools for mortgage investors and servicers offering
greater insight into future loan performance.
Developed in response to increasing scrutiny on mortgage
portfolios, Informative Research's credit review tools provide
in-depth credit data and analytics to assess payment risk, mitigate
losses, or increase loan retention. The service is customizable,
returning any combination of credit scores, full credit reports or
over four hundred selectable attributes.
With Portfolio Credit Review, clients can submit large batch
credit data requests to receive results in as few as three business
days. Prior to submission, Informative Research works with each
client, using 62+ years of credit information experience, to assure
the data is optimized.
According to Tony D'Eccliss, senior vice president of Sales for
Informative Research, Portfolio Credit Review tools are an
essential tool for investors and servicers in today's cautious
"Investors must be focused on individual loans in their
portfolio," said D'Eccliss. "Gone are the days when portfolio risk
was measured in broad brushstrokes. Proactive management now
requires asking, 'Has anything in my borrower's credit profile
changed and how might that impact loan performance going
"Credit Review tools target these issues, loan by loan,"
D'Eccliss added. "We even offer a model that predicts current
income." By this introduction, Informative Research continues to
position itself as a premier mortgage information partner to
mortgage servicers and investors. Adds D'Eccliss, "Helping clients
assess borrower risk is our business. With the addition of
Portfolio Credit Review tools, we significantly bolster our
analytic service offerings to give investors insight into their own
For more information, visit www.informativeresearch.com.