Commercial Loan Servicing


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Commercial Loan Servicing

Building the Premier Real Estate Financial Services Firm – One Loan at a Time®

As a leading third-party servicer, Midland offers the full scope of commercial loan servicing, including subservicing and Shared Servicing® solutions. We have broad experience serving portfolio lenders, insurance companies, banks and CMBS issuers.

Midland provides specialized loan servicing for Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, FHA / HUD and Ginnie Mae programs. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have approved Midland as an outsourcing provider of certain servicing and asset management functions to their multifamily lenders. We also provide a complete range of premier third-party construction loan administration services.

Midland has applied advanced information technology systems for the delivery of services to the commercial real estate finance industry. Our proprietary loan management system, Enterprise!®, was developed specifically to improve the management of commercial loan portfolios. Enterprise! provides secure online access to detailed loan and collateral information for investors through Portfolio Investor Insight® and online customer service for borrowers through Borrower Insight®.

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Important Legal Disclosures & Information

To help the government fight the funding of terrorism and money laundering activities, Federal law requires all financial institutions (including PNC Bank, National Association and its subsidiaries) to obtain, verify, and record information that identifies each person who establishes a formal relationship with such institution. What this means for you -- when you enter into a business relationship with PNC Bank, we will ask you your name, street address, tax ID number and other pertinent information that will allow us to identify you. We may also ask to see your organizational documents or other identifying information. We appreciate your business and patience with our compliance efforts.