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Midland is one of the largest servicers of commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS). Midland has earned the industry's highest rankings as a U.S. primary and master servicer from Standard & Poor's, Morningstar and Fitch, and the highest rankings as a U.S. special servicer from Standard & Poor's and Morningstar.
Midland has earned an excellent reputation among commercial mortgage-backed security (CMBS) issuers, investors and rating agencies because of our extensive experience, proven performance and commitment to setting the standards for investor reporting.
We also have extensive experience providing interim servicing on behalf of lending institutions for commercial and multifamily loans that will be securitized.
Midland is one of the industry's premier third-party special servicers. We have demonstrated experience in the management, resolution and disposition of non-performing loans and real estate owned (REO). Midland is dedicated to maximizing net recoveries through the resolution of non-performing loans and the management and liquidation of REO.
Midland also provides due diligence and collateral management services for opportunistic investors, portfolio lenders, financial institutions and CMBS issuers.
CMBS Investor Insight®, or CI2, is Midland's proprietary online investor reporting tool for CMBS investors, rating agencies and other capital markets participants. Users have the ability to view, download and print collateral-level information for the properties that Midland master services, including rent roll tenant reports and insurance event reports.
CI2 is available through Midland’s website or through Trepp©, a leading provider of CMBS and commercial mortgage information, analytics and technology.
Trepp is the leading provider of CMBS and commercial mortgage information, analytics and technology to the global securities and investment management industries. ©1997-2017 Trepp, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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