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AmeriNational Community Services, LLC, a national loan servicing organization specializing in economic development, affordable housing and more high-touch loans, signed an agreement with Black Knight, Inc. to use the company's suite of servicing and default solutions in hopes to drive more efficiencies. The suite of solutions includes the MSP servicing system, Servicing Digital solution, the Actionable Intelligence Platform and default capabilities for loss mitigation, foreclosure and bankruptcy, according to a press release.
"We were looking for a provider that could deliver an innovative servicing platform with proven capabilities and that continually invests in its solutions to meet today's business needs," said Adrienne Thorson, chairwoman and CEO for AmeriNat, according to the press release. "Black Knight's fully integrated set of industry-leading solutions will benefit AmeriNat as we continue to drive value and satisfaction for our clients and exceptional service to their borrowers."
The MSP system is a complete, scalable, end-to-end system used by mortgage servicers to manage their servicing processes. It includes loan setup, maintenance, escrow administration, investor reporting regulatory requirements and more. Black Knight's Servicing Digital solution enables homeowners to perform tasks and view information related to their mortgages through a simple interface while providing a platform for continual engagement between servicers and their customers.
The Actionable Intelligence Platform (AIP), is a unified data delivery framework that combines Black Knight's extensive data assets, big data ecosystem and enterprise business intelligence capabilities into a single solution. Black Knight's AIP offers bankruptcy, cash, collections, compliance, home equity, lien alert, customer service, escrow, investor and executive suites – to help servicing clients reduce risk, increase customer retention and decrease operational costs, according to the report.
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