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Midland Loan Services, a PNC Real Estate business, is a leading third-party provider of loan servicing, asset management and technology solutions for the commercial real estate finance industry.
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Midland is one of the industry's largest and most experienced CMBS primary and master servicers.
Midland is a leading master and special servicer for single family residential rental securitization transactions.
Midland provides clients with an effective and efficient mechanism to administer construction loans and manage their construction lending risk.
Midland offers the full scope of commercial loan servicing, including subservicing and Shared Servicing® solutions.
The PNC Real Estate Loan Referral Consultants team assists borrowers with maturing commercial real estate loans serviced by Midland Loan Services find alternative capital sources to refinance their loans.
Midland provides a full range of commercial real estate asset management and advisory services.
Midland is a leading provider of loan servicing, asset management, credit services and technology solutions for U.S. government agencies.
Midland's proprietary technology solutions can help reduce overall servicing costs, increase productivity and enhance portfolio and risk management capabilities. Enterprise!® is Midland's advanced technology platform, developed to improve the management of commercial loan portfolios.
Midland has earned the industry's highest rankings as a U.S. primary, master and special servicer from Standard & Poor's and Morningstar.
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