PNC Real Estate
Midland Fact Sheet

As of December 31, 2013

Total Servicing Portfolio

  • Total Loans Serviced: 31,393
  • Total Outstanding Principal Balance: $347.0 Billion

Commercial Loan Servicing

  • CMBS Servicing Portfolio
    Transactions: 351
    Loans: 11,394
    Outstanding Principal Balance: $140.9 Billion
  • Institutional Servicing Portfolio
    Loans: 5,698
    Outstanding Principal Balance: $61.6 Billion
  • Multifamily Agency Servicing Portfolio
    Loans: 8,862
    Outstanding Principal Balance: $77.4 Billion

Government Services

  • Loans: 5,016
  • Outstanding Principal Balance: $42.3 Billion

Construction Loan Administration

  • Projects: 34
  • Project Budget Balance: $4.5 Billion

Special Servicing

  • Total Special Servicing
    Transactions: 214
    Loans: 5,903
    Current Outstanding Principal Balance: $103.5 Billion
  • Active Special Servicing Portfolio
    Loans: 397
    Current Outstanding Principal Balance: $1.4 Billion

Technology

  • Under Management on Enterprise!
    Clients: 17
    Current Outstanding Principal Balance: $600.4 Billion

Corporate

  • 510 Employees, with headquarters in Overland Park, Kansas and offices in Atlanta, Georgia; Little Rock, Arkansas; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Washington, D.C.
  • Midland is the only company in the industry to hold the highest U.S. commercial primary, master and special servicer ratings from both Fitch Ratings and Standard & Poor's, a distinction we have earned for thirteen consecutive years. Midland also holds the highest ratings as a U.S. primary, master, and special servicer from Morningstar.

Midland Loan Services, a PNC Real Estate business, is a leading third-party provider of servicing, asset management and technology solutions for the commercial real estate finance industry.

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